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PokerStars Launches a Spy-themed Virtual Reality Product

PokerStars launched a new and exciting game this past weekend as it welcomed players to the Thanksgiving weekend products on their PokerStars Virtual reality poker room. The game is spy-themed.

If you have ever dreamt of taking on the James Bond character and put on his tuxedo, then this game is just for you.
The game comes with virtual weaponry, offers spy-themed tasks and VR environment that is designed to attract and hook players who love to take on a thrill themed along with a poker challenge.

With many supervillains waiting inside their lairs located within an active volcano inside a snowy mountain, you have the choice to be evil or good. You also have the chance to win a virtual reality bracelet. Three different events have been scheduled in the VR, and there is plenty of time for everyone who loves a VR challenge to take part in the game.

The first-ever VR bracelet is up for grabs, so you free to take on the challenge after Ben Spragg, Stapes, Georgina James, and a few others have had their chance at poker. The action is free to play, including in most parts of America, this Thanksgiving has brought with it many presents, just like Christmas will, to players in the U.S who feel left out due to lack of action.

The game is intuitive, and it features the realism of environments like Macau 2050, the Monte Carlo Yacht as well as the Showdown Saloon, so there is plenty of action and fun to be had.

Source: https://calvinayre.com/2019/11/29/poker/pokerstars-launch-spy-themed-virtual-reality-for-thanksgiving-weekend/

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