PokerStars has worked with streaming site Twitch.tv before often in conjunction with Jason Somerville and other poker pros. Now something unprecedented is about to happen: Connecting Stars and Twitch accounts inside the poker software. Keep reading to learn more about this development.
WSOP bracelet winner Jason JCarverSomerville is on the forefront of poker players using the video streaming site Twitchto broadcast online sessions to fans in near-real-time. The 27-year-old Hold’em specialist believes the site offers an engaging experience that most mainstream poker shows can’t match. Check out Somerville’s Twitch stream.
Poker’s most popular streamer will be returning to the interweb in just a few days. On Thursday, Jason Somerville announced via Twitter that he has signed a new two-year partnership with Twitch.
Jason Somerville will be working with PokerStars to Grow Twitch Poker. Twitch Poker is really going to happen according to the news statements. Details of the New Partnership. Somerville is a face that is recognized on Twitch. He has been streaming for years and is an expert in building brands. He has expanded what he covers and offers, such as.
How Jason Somerville is leading the Twitch Poker revolution. One man who needs no introduction in a blog series dedicated to Twitch Poker is Jason Somerville. Since his high profile signing with PokerStars he has been the poster boy for poker on the social video site. He has 69,000 followers and nearly 4 million page views at the time of writing. He made a strong statement about his commitment.
Jason Somerville, who joined the company in 2015, is among the latest big names to bid farewell, alongside with Aditya Agarwal and Leo Fernandez. Somerville, often referred to as the “Godfather of Twitch,” was the first to pioneer the movement of online poker streaming.
Jason Somerville's popular and entertaining Twitch channel provides a constant source of instruction in poker strategy and theory for players of all levels.
Jason Somerville is an American born professional poker player and the host of a stream on Twitch called Run It UP. Jason Somerville was born in Long Island, New York and is a part of the “Moneymaker generation” of players, who saw what an amateur player could do and decided to take up poker.