GGPoker Introduces SnapCam; Send Video Reactions to Your Opponents!

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Get ready to send your reaction to the ups and downs of your poker play to your tablemates thanks to GGPoker's new SnapCam feature.

SnapCam allows you to share a 15-second video with your tablemates that will appear on the table for everyone to see!

So whether you're winning a big pot or having lost to a one-outer you can share your reaction with the players at your table.

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The feature is currently available exclusively to Windows PC users with players able to access SnapCam directly through the GGPoker Desktop client. GGPoker have announced that plans for it to be available for MacOSX and mobile devices will be coming soon.

SnapCam can display four separate videos at the table at once. If more than four players attempt to share, the SnapCam content will be queued.

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Don't want to take part? That's easy. Just mute your chat and you will be unable to view SnapCam content. You can also block a specific player's SnapCam from their profile page.

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  • Players are now able to share a 15-second video with your tablemates!

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