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The WSOP has revealed that it will be streaming poker live on its live poker app for the first time ever on Tuesday night, and that the live stream will be available for free.
The live stream is being streamed from the live poker site PokerStarsLive, which is owned by WSO, the US sportsbook operator that operates WSOP online.
It is not the first live stream from the site, and there have been plenty of live stream opportunities over the years.
The WSop’s own live poker apps, including WSO’s Live, PokerStars and LiveBet, were the most popular live stream providers in 2017, although some of the sites had problems with traffic.
The WSOP also announced that it is expanding its live streaming capabilities by adding a live poker section to its website, which it plans to roll out as a separate offering, as well as adding a poker betting section to the site.
PokerStarsLive is also making its live stream available on YouTube and Facebook.
WSOP.com is also getting a live stream, and is offering up a variety of other streaming options including its own live webcast and its own mobile app.WSO also announced a partnership with PokerStars, which will allow poker players to play on its app in the future.
WSO, which has a significant stake in WSOP, also said that it has signed an agreement with online poker operator Toto, which allows players to stream on the site for free and to play online with Toto players.
Toto has said that PokerStars will be providing live streaming for free on the new Toto Poker App, and it is expected that the app will be rolling out later this year.
With WSOP’s move to a live streaming service, the WSop said that its online poker apps will become much easier to use.
“We are excited to offer this new live stream on WSOP because we believe that we are the best way to provide poker fans with a great poker experience,” WSOP CEO Richard Smith said in a statement.
“The WSop Live app will provide a better poker experience than any other app, and we look forward to continuing to grow the poker experience in the WSO App.”
The WSO Live app is not available for download at the moment, but it will eventually be available on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.