A few years back, GGPoker made waves by acquiring the rights to the iconic Poker After Dark show, typically filmed in the prestigious PokerGO Studio located in the heart of Las Vegas. Now, the operator is seemingly getting ready to put that investment to work.
Poker enthusiasts are in for an electrifying poker journey as some of the biggest names in the game, including Daniel Negreanu, Jason Koon, Maria Ho, and Fedor Holz, gear up to display their card-playing prowess in the exciting reality-based poker show titled “Game of Gold.” The eagerly anticipated first episode is set to hit screens on November 8th, on the GGPoker YouTube channel.
The show’s trailer is deliberately enigmatic, leaving viewers with a sense of intrigue and anticipation. This clever marketing tactic aims to build curiosity, making fans even more eager to unravel the mysteries of the show. Daniel Negreanu, the lead ambassador for GG, has enthusiastically endorsed “Game of Gold,” hailing it as “the coolest poker show I have ever done in my life.”
What It Will Entail
Poker After Dark has always focused on one-table sit n’ go tournaments and high-stakes cash matches, but “Game of Gold” is taking a different direction. Not only do 16 A-list poker professionals star in this groundbreaking series, but the program also offers a variety of reality-show-style challenges. It’s a novel change that should make poker games more exciting and unpredictable.
The game show also brings together a formidable roster of poker talent, including the likes of Dan “Jungleman” Cates, Kyna England, David Williams, Johan “YoH Viral” Guilbert, Charlie Carrel, Josh Arieh, and PokerNews streamer Lukas “RobinPoker” Robinson. As has been the tradition since the inception of Poker After Dark, Ali Nejad will be at the helm, guiding viewers through the thrilling action.
A Growing Space for Fans and Enthusiasts
In an era when the poker audience is spoiled for choice, “Game of Gold” and the impending revival of PokerStars’ Big Game series will continue to provide an abundance of poker entertainment. There is no shortage of high-quality poker programming available for fans to consume, from forthcoming events to classic favorites like Hustler Casino Live, Poker at the Lodge, and High Stakes Poker, not to mention PokerGO’s huge back library. Poker’s bright and exciting future on television promises an extensive roster of activities for fans to enjoy.