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Jason Somerville to Live Stream Deepstacks Poker Championship

22 August, 2016 | 19:07 от Aleksandra


Jason Somerville will be streaming from the final table of a special event

Poker pro Jason Somerville has built a huge following on Twitch thanks to his live streams of his poker play. Under his brand Run It Up, his popularity grows, and the poker industry has noticed that.

The DeepStacks Poker Tour is partnering with the poker pro and will feature a special Run It Up tournament in Calgary, Canada.

The festival starts on November 25 and culminates in the C$2,500 buy-in, C$500,000 guaranteed Main Event on December 2.  While serving as an ambassador, Somerville will stream the final table action on his Twitch channel. In addition to conducting Q&A’s and fan meet-ups, the poker pro will be hosting a mixed game Run It Up tournament on December 1, one day before the Main Event.

“I’m incredibly excited to finally bring Run It Up to Canada as part of the DSPT Championship series,” Somerville said. “DeepStacks Poker Tour shares my commitment to hosting modern, fun-oriented, player-friendly tournaments and I’m thrilled to be bringing the final table of the $2,500 Championship event to fans around the world December 5th on”

Somerville has more than $6 million in live tournament earnings; his channel has over 183K subscribers and has received over 13 million views.

“I’ve been a huge fan of Jason’s for some time and have been actively searching for ways for us to work together,” Chris Torina said, DeepStacks President. “Having Jason and Run It Up at the DSPT Championship gives us the chance to add one of poker’s unique voices to our event and allows us to showcase why DSPT has quickly become the premier mid-major poker tour in the world to a massive audience of poker enthusiasts.”