GGPoker, a leading provider of poker game formats and software features, is set to launch a revolutionary poker reality show called Game of Gold. This exciting new series will combine high-stakes poker action with reality TV and will be broadcast on the GGPoker.tv YouTube channel from November 8th to December 4th, 2023.
The Game of Gold poker reality show will consist of twelve episodes, with the first episode airing on Wednesday, November 8th at 12:00 UTC. The second episode will follow on Friday, November 10th at the same time. Subsequent episodes will then be broadcast every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until December 4th.
The unique format of the show aims to offer a one-of-a-kind experience for viewers. The series was filmed in Seoul, South Korea and features experienced poker broadcaster Ali Nejad as the host. Nejad will welcome the audience and the players in each of the twelve episodes, including the final hands to be dealt on December 4th.
Sixteen participants will compete in the Game of Gold exclusive season of the Poker After Dark series. These players will go head-to-head in various poker formats, ranging from standard tournaments to Indian Poker games. Those who lose the game will be eliminated from the show, with only one winner walking away with the impressive $456,000 prize.
The sixteen players competing for the prize include renowned poker professionals such as Daniel Negreanu, Jason Koon, Fedor Holz, and Kevin Martin, among others. Throughout the twelve episodes, viewers will have the opportunity to witness the poker skills and personality traits of these top players while enjoying the innovative and revolutionary poker format brought by GGPoker.
Daniel Negreanu, GGPoker Global Ambassador, expressed his excitement about the Game of Gold series, stating that it combines the best parts of traditional poker shows with exciting new elements from reality TV. He encouraged anyone with even the slightest interest in poker to check out the show, promising that viewers will find out whether he wins the $456,000 prize by watching the series unfold.
With its unique blend of high-stakes poker action and reality TV, the Game of Gold poker reality show promises to offer a truly revolutionary experience for both poker fans and casual viewers alike.