KamaGames has announced a series of updates to its Poker Night in America gaming app, based on the television show of the same name, which was launched last year in partnership with Rush Street Productions.
Including new ways to win, new poker game modes and a chance to play live on national TV, the new developments are to mark the launch of Poker Night Live, a new live/celebrity version of the show.
Andrey Kuznetsov, CEO for KamaGames, said: “We have enjoyed a very successful first year in our partnership with Poker Night in America, so this update is a logical next step. Rush Street work hard on delivering an industry-leading product, and so do we. We’ve seen great results in our partnership so far and only expect those results to grow further still.”
Amongst the new additions is the inclusion of Boost Poker tournaments, which gives players the opportunity win to win up to 5,000,000,000 chips in minutes.
As well as this, consumers are also going to be able to take advantage of the firm’s party modes, offering a unique twist on the classic game of poker, with a different one available each week.
Players will also have the chance to appear on live TV, with three lucky players from the app sweepstakes to be awarded with an all expenses paid trip to play at the Poker Night Live table, at The Gardens Casino in Los Angeles California.
Todd Anderson, President of Poker Night in America, commented: “These new app updates reflect our dedication to being the best in the business. We firmly believe that they’ll make playing the Poker Night in America app even more fun for our current audience as well as making it even more attractive to new players.
“As well as being engaging and inventive, the Boost Poker tournaments and the collection of Party Modes have been rigorously market-researched and tested, ensuring that we are bringing the best possible gaming experience to our loyal audience. KamaGames have definitely helped make a great product even better.”
Poker Night in America exceeded 250,000 TV viewers per week in 2017, and is broadcast dozens of times each week by the CBS Sports Network, as well as several Regional Sports Networks.