Live Streaming Info

Hi! My name is Rob Perelman, better known as "veeRob" in the poker world. Over the last 3 years, I've been expanding my live streaming business and appreciate the opportunity to explain all that I can do for your poker room!

As the world of poker tournaments gets more competitive, live streaming has become a way for your poker room to separate you from your competition. Players absolutely love the attention of being on the live stream, and participants typically text, tweet, and call their friends to let them know to tune in. This translates into more exposure for your brand, and an extra reason for your customers to choose to attend your poker tournament series.

Here are some of the services I can offer your casino, depending on your budget and neeeds:

  • Live video streaming, including multiple camera angles and a "flop cam"
  • A running live tournament clock always visible on screen (custom programmed by me)
  • A live blog to post tournament updates, photos, prizepool, and results
  • Uploading the complete final table videos to YouTube for permanent archive
  • Burning DVD's for final table participants

    I typically charge $500/day depending on the specifics of your series, as well as travel, food, and lodging. I love to travel and see new places, so nowhere on the planet is too far! I also don't want price to be the limiting factor, so if your budget is lower than this, please contact me and we can discuss further. Setup is fairly easy, so I typcaily arrive a day in advance to set up my cameras. All I need is a hardwired Internet connection, power, and a ladder to mount my cameras. I am 100% self sufficient and will rarely need any assistance during my time at your casino.

    Contact Me!

    Please email me at if you would like to discuss your project further or have ANY questions. Thanks!

    Sample sites

    Here are a few live blogging sites I've created for my clients:

  • World Series of Poker South Africa
  • Foxwoods Casino Commerce Casino
  • Bay 101 Casino

    Sample videos

    Here is a video of the final table of the 2013 LA Poker Classic. I did audio commentary alongside Jay Newnum, and utilized my robotic camera on the table to have an "at the table" view, as well as a fixed flop camera.

    Here is a video of the final table of the 2013 WPT Bay 101 Shooting Star. I did audio commentary alongside Jay Newnum. Due to the location of the table, I was unable to mount a flop camera.

    Here is a video of the final table of the 2013 World Series of Poker South Africa Main Event.

    Here is a video of Day 2 of the 2013 TDA Summit. I utilized three cameras to provide multiple camera angles of the panel and audience.