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Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by jetset, Jul 9, 2007.

    Jul 9, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    UK poker rooms to join Ongame network

    Ongame Network, an online poker subsidiary of the Vienna-listed Bwin Internet gambling group has signed the British gaming house Redbet Limited to its network.

    The Redbet group operates and manages several gaming brands including Redbet, TotalPoker, GoldClubCasino and MingelBingo.

    Following the deal, several poker sites within the Redbet sphere will switch to Ongame Network poker software and join one of the world's largest poker networks.

    The first site, NextPoker.com was deployed on Saturday, June 31 and is now ready for launch.

    "We are delighted to partner up with such an accomplished and long-term player within the e-gaming market," says Martin Lerby, Head of Ongame Network. "NextPoker.com is an exciting brand spearheaded by industry veterans that we are convinced will make the best out of our offering of games, tournaments, software features and customisation capabilities."

    Ongame Network pprovides business-to-business online and mobile gaming solutions, with a focus on poker. The company provides Windows, Java and mobile poker and casino games to global partners who differentiate their own brands, technologies and promotional strategies and currently consists of 25 operators. More than 30 000 players can be found playing concurrently at peak times during the day, making Ongame one of the world's largest poker networks.

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