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WPT looks to expand player experience

The inaugural WPT Cruise will depart from Miami aboard the Norwegian Cruise Lines MS Jewel.

WPT looks to expand player experience

WPT Enterprises announced two five-year deals with the Amateur Poker League and Classic Gaming Cruises that will strengthen the company’s brand and create new World Poker Tour experiences for fans.

The deal with the Amateur Poker League provides opportunities for amateur players to qualify for a seat in the professional level tournaments. Through the agreement, the Amateur Poker League and the WPT will create the World Poker Tour Amateur Poker League.

The five-year agreement covers tournaments in the United States, Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico, bringing free, live, no limit Texas hold ‘em to the masses.

The deal with Classic Gaming Cruises established WPT Cruises, which will officially launch its inaugural cruise in February from Miami to the Caribbean. The cruises will offer players the chance to sail aboard the premium cruise ships while enjoying exclusive parties, events, a full spread of cash ordertramadol games, and a WPT tournament earning the victor a seat into a WPT tournament.

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