New Online Casino Poker Site Joins Technology Leader
The online casino turnkey provider Microgaming announced that an additional online casino poker is joining its ring of online gambling venues. The new site, one of the most popular online poker sites on the net, will be integrated into Microgaming’s platform and join the ongoing expansion over Europe. The entire online casino industry is moving to Europe in the wake of the anti online gambling bill in the US, and Microgaming is expanding in full throttle. Most gambling technology firms are operating a gambling ring that caters for their licensees forming a sound platform for promoting and marketing.
By joining the Microgaming network, the online casino poker site gains access to one of the most action-packed tournament schedules in the industry. The Microgaming poker network allows online casino players to list and host satellites for the biggest gambling events in the world, and now the online poker site will become a permanent member of the ring – making players’ life even more entertaining. Tournaments are highly popular among online casino players looking for a special and unique time on the net. With fixed schedules and constantly updating tournament lines, you can always find someplace to play at. If you are already used to the technology and gambling platform that a turnkey provider supplies, you will want to play at other sites that feature the same platform.
“We are delighted to be joining the Microgaming network. We reviewed many software providers in our search for a better gaming experience for our players and Microgaming met all of our requirements in terms of liquidity, tournaments and player features. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with them,” said the online casino spokesperson in attribute to the merge. Working closely with one of the leading technology suppliers in the industry will surely improve the sites’ revenue and expands its online casino client base. For example, in the last week of February alone, the network has yield winners with over $400k worth of buy-ins for offline tournaments.