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November 20, 2016

16 of the World’s Most Popular Gaming Celebrities Set to Compete for Their Share of $100,000 USD in Las Vegas on December 2nd

Amazon today announced the Champions of Fire Invitational, the first-ever Amazon Appstore esports tournament dedicated to casual mobile game competition. This new tournament brings together 16 of the world’s biggest celebrity video game streamers who will battle across five...

August 16, 2016

Maria Ho and Ali Nejad host the The Big 4 final table coverage, streaming live today on Twitch from the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open.

August 11, 2016

Poker Central the world’s only 24/7 Poker TV network, today announced that Brian Rast, Maria Ho and Tom Marchese have become Ambassadors for the network. 

The famed professional poker players will help launch innovative and creative new events and programming for the network. As Poker Central Ambassadors, Rast, Ho and Marchese will guide Poker Central in creating exciting new tournaments,...

August 10, 2016

Season XIV of the World Poker Tour continues with Part 2 of the Bay 101 Shooting Star final table on Sunday, August 11th at 8pm/11pm.

Maria Ho, Stefan Schillhabel, Griffin Paul, Adam Geyer, Andy Andrejevic, and Bryan Piccioli compete for a share of the $5 million prize pool.

August 4, 2016

Poker Central, the world’s only 24/7 Poker TV network, today announced Season Two of its popular network series “Pokerography.”

Pokerography is an in-depth look into the lives of some of the greatest poker professionals to ever play the game. Each episode will explore the individual behind the legend — in their own words and through others. Detailed interviews from poker’s greatest champions r...

July 15, 2016

Deep runs in the World Series of Poker main event are beginning to become almost routine for poker pro Maria Ho. She sat with more than 2 million chips at around 3 p.m. local time on Friday with less than 600 players left in the main event. That was good for the chip lead, according to the WSOP.

Ho finished 77th in the 2014 main event for $85,812, 322nd in 2012 for $32,871 and 38th in 2007 for $237...