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Poker.com announces new crypto poker site & 50% for partners

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Apr/23/2020

Poker.com (one of the oldest and most expensive domain names in the world of gambling)  announced this week that they had soft-launched a new online poker site, powered by Bitcoin.

 

For the last 20 years, the Poker.com website has been a “go-to” type-in domain for people worldwide interested or curious about poker to learn more about the rules and intricacies of the game, and to find an online poker site to play on. 

 

“Poker players worldwide trust and respect the Poker.com domain name and brand, and we have an impeccable reputation in the poker-industry. Interest in poker and online poker traffic levels have reached heights not seen in years. it made perfect sense for Poker.com to introduce an online poker room” - Niall O’ Gribin, Head of Marketing & PR at Poker.com



The new poker room offers instant, browser-based play (no download) as well as a convenient app. The site offers fast, secure, and anonymous play. Software by Swedish iGaming suppliers Cubeia. Games include PLO, NLHE, Freerolls and tournaments.


50% Commission for Partners

 

As a new player in town in a competitive industry - Poker.com also unveiled their poker affiliate program - which rewards partners and agents with 50% revenue share for life for any players they refer to this fast-growing site.  Full details here

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