Gaming Transactions Joins RedFelt to Bring Online Poker
Growing revenues in the online casino poker industry draw more and more online casino groups to offer online poker gaming, and even companies that did not feature online poker on their sites before, are now launching poker rooms. Patrick Smyth’s Gaming Transactions company joins in the party and will now offer poker playing for its customers. The company signed a deal with a subsidiary of CYOP International, RedFelt software, and will launch its poker room at the Keno online casino site.
Growing Transactions’ new poker offering includes many online casino poker games such as Texas Hold’em, 7 Card Stud, Omaha and Omaha Hi. Like any other online casino, Keno will feature poker tournaments and promotions for large poker events. Many online casino companies are expanding their businesses across different types of online gambling. Players today expect their online casino to offer a multitude of options, and not a single game or feature alone.
Reports from Christiansen Capital Advisors indicates that revenues from online casino poker have increased from $82.7 million in 2001 to $2.4 billion in 2004. With numbers like these, there’s no wonder Gaming Transactions decided they would like a peace of the pie. Online casino poker is the most successful from of online gambling, and Gaming Transactions won’t be the last company to offer it.