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NEWS 11 April 2018

Company Focus: EvenBet Gaming Targets Asian Markets with Its New Poker Club Solution

By Gambling Insider
Online iGaming solutions developer will be exhibiting at G2E Asia with its new poker platform offer created specifically for poker clubs – a major gaming trend in many Asian markets.

Due to regulatory difficulties, real money online gaming is impossible in most Asian markets, though recent trends are very optimistic. Poker club is a closed community where all group members are approved or invited by administrators, and user balances are handled manually.

The main problem for poker clubs in Asia and around the world now is using a bad quality software. Since the games are run for play (or fun) money, the traditional rake share model is not the one of choice, so they are not interesting for nearly all poker software vendors. At the same time, few royalty free software offers would cost too much for a project with a limited user database.

EvenBet Gaming is keen to offer such clubs a world-class poker platform: reliable, with certified RNG, lifetime updates, and a great choice of games, and a precise rake, users and games management system added. It combines all the main features available for EvenBet Poker platform with low setup costs and royalty payments.

“Recently, we have noticed a growing demand for quality play money poker solutions, especially in the markets with regulatory problems and a huge number of players combined. China is the best example of this. At the same time, online gaming industry lacks products that would satisfy this demand”, says EvenBet Gaming CEO Dmitry Starostenkov.

The company will present poker clubs solution at G2E Asia in Macao on 15-17 of May. However, it is already available for interested customers.

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