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Online Casino Poker Star Attend Barcelona

Almost all parts of the online casino industry had someone in their behalf at the EiG conference in Barcelona. The conference is a wonderful place to exchange ideas, meet new people and discover new business options for the future. Visitors to the CAP Euro conference had a special treat this year as poker start Tila Tequila attended the conference. Tila is running one of the most successful online casino poker sites and is now on the way of getting her own reality show on MTV. Tila was located in her Tila Casino booth and promoted her future plans. Affiliates and industry members had a chance to talk to Tila about her passion for poker and the entertainment world.

The world of online casinos knows many stars, but Tila has really made herself known during the passing year. Since the launch of her PlayTech-powered online casino, Tila has managed to release a hit single called “I Love U”, she was featured on the cover of Penthouse, Maxim and Black Men magazine, and her own reality show is about to premier on MTV. Not bad for poker star! Tila is constantly promoting her brand of online casino poker and tries to get additional projects all the time. Expanding over so many different mediums will surely bring new faces to her online poker site.

Tila is planning on expanding her gambling business. Her participation in the conference wasn’t only for show. The poker star came to meet the people of the industry and to try and form business relationship with affiliates and future partners. Tila Casino is regarded as a solid product and with Tila’s future plans in the world of entertainment – affiliates will probably be interested in doing business with her. Players will also benefit themselves by visiting the site and checking all gambling offers and promotions that are waiting for them online.

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With a background in game development spanning 8 years, Sam Peterson is OCA’s leading authority in the world of online gaming. His focuses include new releases and gaming providers.

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