New Ongame poker site


RIP Brian
Feb 22, 2001

Forget the stats, we're for the player!

Trumpeting the slogan 'Real Games for Real People for Real Money' a company called Prime Gaming has launched the latest entrant to the online poker market, Prime

Making the unusual business claim that "Prime Poker is a site that is not about figures and statistics, it is about 'you' the player," the owners say that following extensive research they have developed a website that closely identifies with the needs and desires of poker players from across the globe with a range of services and games that reflect this.

When we checked the professionally presented site, which includes a poker school, a wide range of promos and tournaments and games like Texas Hold 'em, Omaha, 7 Card Stud, 5 Card Draw we noted over 6 800 players online, but that's because this outfit is a member of the vast Ongame network and uses its software.

The site goes wider than poker, however offering Java casino games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Millennium ride, Craps and Caribbean Pirate Poker in addition to the download and Java poker entertainment. We're told that mobile gambling facilities will soon be available, too.

With 17 different language variation the site has wide targeting and is licensed in Cyprus.
The needs of THIS poker player are good bonuses, reloads and loyality programs, so i guess they didn't do such a good work, promotions are nothing to be impress at...

All credit to the team at OnGame for their poker platform. However, it looks to me as this is yet another similar poker site. I don't think it adds that much to whats already out there.

Like any business, what is needed is one of 2 things:

- Cost leadership - by way of better bonuses, larger freerolls


- differentiation - by standing out from the crowd.

Look at Apple..always producing new innovative products.

I think a small number of the new 3D poker sites that have launched are the future of online poker. It's only time before OnGame modify their platform to keep up with the technological advances in programming.

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