‘Poker Night’ App Can Get You Spot On The TV Show

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“Poker Night in America”, the high stakes poker series that airs every Monday and Sunday on CBS Sports Network, is heating up the social poker market with its new Poker Night in America app based on its TV show.

And if you play your cards right (hah!) you can end up on the show. The app features prizes, including private poker lessons from pros, playing in live streamed poker games, and a VIP grand prize package that guarantees players $5,000 in playing cash to play on Poker Night.

“We have been asked time after time as to whether there will ever be any way to join in the action at our Poker Night tables,” said Todd Anderson, President at Rush Street Productions, the company behind Poker Night. “Now we can finally say ‘Yes’!”

Those games would air on TV and be live-streamed on the Poker Night Twitch Channel at Twitch TV.

Eligible players who download the new Poker Night in America app and play at least five hands will be automatically entered into the sweepstakes.

PNIA’s press release includes some smack from the mouth of Phil Hellmuth, 14-time WSOP bracelet winner.

“Having taken pots from some of the world’s best, I am looking forward to the new challenge of crushing players on social poker,” said Hellmuth. “This Poker Night app is going to give me lots of new players from around the world to take down and clean out, so what’s not to like? I’ll see you at the tables.”

The Poker Night in America app is available to download for free from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. To try it, click on this link: http://pkrnt.com/611

How did the game come about?

Well, Poker Night in America has partnered with the KamaGames Group, the global developers and publishers of social casino games for mobile platforms. The Poker Night in America app features Sit’N’Go and Shootout tournaments, scratch cards, a virtual goods store, a tutorial, Daily Quests, Daily Bonuses and achievements. The Poker Night app uses a lab certified KamaGames Random Number Generator, ensured to meet the highest standards of guaranteed fair play. The partnership also leverages the KamaGames technology platform and global liquidity of players.

For more information on the app, visit www.pokernight.com/app/

Nick Sortal, SouthFloridaGambling.com, posted on SouthFloridaReporter.com, July 25, 2017

Nick Sortal is semi-retired after 35 years as a newspaper writer and editor, with 30 of those years dedicated to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He spent the majority of his career as a community news writer and editor, delving into the issues and topics most newsworthy to local residents. He has a reputation for being fair – weighing every sides of an issue – and checked and re-checked information almost to the point of being annoying


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