Connective Games receives UK certification

Award-winning online poker platform and game provider receives go ahead to offer Texas Hold’em to UK operators

Malta: 7 January 2020 – Connective Games, the Malta and Russia-based award-winning online poker and casino technology and services provider, has received UK certification from iTech Labs for its Texas Hold’em Poker offering.

The certification allows Connective Games to offer its Texas Hold’em product to operators in the highly regulated UK market and to strengthen its position as one of the leading online gambling technology companies in the world. 

Connective Games has established itself as one of the most successful online poker platform and service providers in the market. It is the third largest poker network in the world based on site traffic according to PokerScout.

The company is a pioneer of online poker and has pushed the boundaries when it comes to mobile poker – its technology allows players to multi-table from mobile while also playing their favourite poker games on the move in portrait mode.

Its impact on the online poker industry has seen Connective Games and its operator partners collect many industry awards. Most recently, Connective Games was crowned Online Poker Platform Provider of the Year at the EGR B2B Awards 2019.

Serge Mukhanov, CEO of Connective Games, said: “We are delighted to have received certification from iTech Labs and to be able to offer our popular Texas Hold’em game to UK operators and their players.

“Our award-winning poker products offer the best possible player experience across desktop and mobile and we look forward to partnering with UK operators in the coming months, allowing them to offer their players a superior Texas Hold’em product.”

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