Q: Where can I watch WPT
A: Watch World Poker Tour Episodes Each Week on Ballys! Premiering on Bally's Sports, the World Poker Tour® broadcasts Main Tour events throughout the United States. Additional premiere broadcasters include NBC Sports Network, AT&T Sports Net, and MSG.
WPT is also streaming on all of your favorite streaming platforms. Fubo, Sling, PlutoTV, Tubi, RedBox, Xumo, and Freevee TV offer a full catalog of WPT content on your Smart TV, streaming device, computer, and mobile devices so that you won't miss any of the action.
Watch Phil Ivey, Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu, and many more of your favorite poker players on the World Poker Tour on your Smart TV including Samsung, LG and Vizio.
Q: I can't find where I left off with the show I am watching.
A: Unlock the Continue Watching feature and save your favorite episodes by registering for an account.
Q: How can I play in a WPT Tournament?
Q: Can I play WPT online?
A: Yes! If you are in the US go to www.clubwpt.com. If you live outside the US go to www.wptglobal.com
Q: I have a general question, can I contact WPT directly?
A: For additional questions contact WPT at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Where can I watch live event streams of WPT events?
A: Watch at WPT's social sites: www.youtube.com/@WorldPokerTour, www.twitch.tv/worldpokertour, and www.facebook.com/WorldPokerTour
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Q: In Poker, what is considered the "Dead Man's Hand"?
A: Two pair with black aces and black eights