Poker Central coming to NBC Sports Network

Poker Central is set to come back from the dead courtesy of the NBC Sports Group.

The 24/7 poker-only TV channel went off air in December 2016. But now it’s coming back thanks to a new deal with NBC, the American home of the English Premier League football and the  NHL.

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Poker Central to air on NBC Sports Network each and every Monday

The new arrangement will see Poker Central air each and every Monday night. As for the first order of business, it will be covering the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl which will see 56 players compete for a share of the $16.8 million purse.

Card sharps will also be able to watch Poker Central content online via NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App.

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Poker Central looking set for exciting future

Speaking of life online, Poker Central has been busy building up its social media and web presence. Indeed, following the hiring of Paul Oresteen and Remko Rinkemam, PokerCentral.com has become the perfect one-stop shop for rounders.

Launched in 2015, Poker Central’s impressive talent roster also includes Daniel Negreanu, Maria Ho, Brian Rast and Antonio Esfandiari. And with television now back on the company’s radar, the company looks well set to hit new heights.