Red Star Poker, an online poker games supplier, has recently announced plans that it will be moving over to Playtech’s iPoker network after it had been confirmed that its previous poker platform, the Microgaming Poker Network, will be closing at some point in 2020. Focussing on Europe, but with the possibility of further expansions, Red Star Poker had teamed up with Microgaming Poker Network earlier this year in August. One month later, Microgaming announced that it would be closing its network a year later following an Internet review of its strategies and portfolio.
Red Start Poker, which was originally founded in 2005, will be given full access to the liquidity pool, services, and online software that’s being provided by the Playtech Poker Network. Shimon Akad, the chief operating officer of Playtech, told reporters that at a time when the online poker market is facing a lot of big changes, Playtech are committed to addressing those challenges as they meet them. He added that Red Star’s move to join with Playtech in the future is testament to their long-term investments for their poker network and is ongoing development in the market, adding that they were dedicated to their operators.
Playtech had also revealed that a number of other poker partnerships are also currently being reviewed, and that there’s a chance further operators may be joining, but have not confirmed the identities of their operators that could potentially become a part of the growing network.
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