EvenBet Gaming Introducing New Mixed Games Poker Variants at iGB Affiliate Live 2018

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Jul/17/2018

EvenBet Gaming will be introducing its new Mixed Games at this week's iGB Live! in conjunction with its Amsterdam Affiliate Conference (AAC).

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EventBet Gaming's core poker product is breathing new life into a vertical which had been overlooked by many operators in recent years. EvenBet Mixed Games is now bringing seven variants of eight new games to market, providing an accessible learning curve for beginners alongside variety and balance for skill players with high-stakes appeal.

These Mixed Games – which go through the poker gears from Stud and Texas Hold’em to the increasingly popular Omaha Hi-Lo Mixed – each require a nuanced strategy and help level the field between novices and seasoned players. This horse rotation both engages and excites, asking different questions of its players across the poker spectrum. It’s just the latest development from EvenBet flagship poker product, following hard on the heels of the recent launch of the developer’s Poker Rooms solution across Asia, opening up a previously opaque market window.

Players can now create their own clubs and invite others to join them with our robust RNG-certified game logic, lifetime updates, precise rake and a broad range of variants, each adeptly supported by the most dependable games-management system on the market. EvenBet’s state-of-the-art software and functionality also allows the integration of slots into the HTML5 poker client, providing a significant boost to cross-selling. After all, integrating a flexible, intuitive poker product into any casino or sportsbook delivers proven benefits across any number of KPIs – especially as reliable retention techniques and user-engagement have become ever more elusive in an increasingly regulated space.

Dmitry Starostenkov, EvenBet Gaming CEO, said: “With so much cutting-edge tech and innovation under our belt, coupled to many exciting new deals with both established and rising stars, we can now look forward to growing in stride with this progress. We can’t wait to catch up with existing partners and meet new clients in Amsterdam with whom we can broaden our mutual horizons.”

“The growth of our poker has been particularly pleasing. It shows our determination and ability to diversify both the product and platforms of industry leaders across the globe, boosting engagement and retention for operators as we go. And we have another major announcement to make next week for crypto currency poker solutions, so stay tuned!

More information on EventBet Gaming can be found here.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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