Adjarabet Utilises Microgaming's Babelfish For New Custom Poker Software

BabelFish API's first operator goes live

Adjarabet has created a unique poker client in collaboration with Georgian development house Singular utilising Microgaming's BabelFish API, the first operator to do so.
Adjarabet is able to offer players additional network liquidity with the flip of a switch through its relationship with Microgaming and its software running on the MPN system.
The client is offered in both download and instant-play versions with mobile expected to launch in the very near future.
"We were looking for a partner to help us grow and improve our poker offering; when Microgaming presented Babelfish we knew it was exactly what we needed," Alastair Ives, Head of Poker at Adjarabet said.
"The Babelfish API allows us to offer a product that is completely tailored to our customer base, eliminating the pain of migrating to a new software provider. We are very happy with how the process has been handled and with the results of the migration so far."
Microgaming's MPN Poker Tour stop in Tbilisi, Georgia will be run in conjunction with Adjarabet, the company said.
The move to MPN will more than double the amount of cash-game players on the network. According to PokerScout, Adjarabet is currently home to 700 active ring-game players based on a seven-day rolling average, while MPN has an average of 650 players.

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