nline poker room DoylesRoom.com recently announced that it had left Microgaming’s Poker Network for the Cake Poker Network after the former requested that its license holders deny access to US-based players.
However, Microgaming stated that the seamless integration of Ladbrokes Poker onto its Poker Network would allow players to benefit from a familiar environment while also taking advantage of better value, more choice and increased action across cash games, sit and go’s and scheduled tournaments. The Isle of Man-based firm revealed that players would also see improved multi-table tournaments and a first-rate qualification schedule for offline Ladbrokes Poker events.
“Players will notice little difference to the service; they will remain Ladbrokes customers and can still use all the Ladbrokes features including three-dimensional poker,” said Edward Ihre, Managing Director for Ladbrokes Poker. “The benefits will be that we can offer a greater range of game types and levels as well as the availability of games in Euros for the first time.”
Ladbrokes Poker has used poker software from Microgaming for over six years while also utilising its award-winning software to power its online casino. Microgaming stated that the agreement further cements this long-standing relationship and marks a clear commitment from both companies to deliver the most engaging interactive gaming experiences to players.
“We are delighted to welcome Ladbrokes to the Microgaming Poker Network,” said Roger Raatgever, Chief Executive Officer for Microgaming. “Access to the network will allow new and existing Ladbrokes players access to a far wider range of compelling table action and fun filled gameplay.”