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September 23, 2021

The firm has over 500,000 customers in more than 160 countries

VictorChandler signs Passoker licensing deal

(UK).- Gibraltar-licensed will soon begin offering cash-prize versions of the new game Passoker after finalising an agreement with the online poker-style website that launched last month at


aunched online at by Stuart Carr and a team that includes former England footballer Viv Anderson following two years of development, Passoker sees participants placed at ten-seat tables and awards points on ‘every occurrence of a sporting incident’ such as a goal, free-kick or throw-in for football, an ace or double fault in tennis or a six during cricket. revealed that its new game can be applied to ‘any incident or time-based sport allowing it to attract a global audience’ with Match of the Day and Coronation Street the first available.

“Passoker is an exciting new product and we are very pleased to be the first operator to take it to the market,” said Paul Louis, Chief Operating Officer for “The game has received some excellent feedback during testing and we expect it to become a great addition to the gaming portfolio at”, which has over 500,000 customers in more than 160 countries, is now set to begin running a real-money and slot versions of the new game in addition to its online casino, poker and sportsbook offerings.

“Signing with our first operator marks a significant step in the development of Passoker,” said Carr, who serves as Managing Director for “The deal with is a huge endorsement of the product and I am delighted that they will be offering real-money as well as slots Passoker on to sit alongside its sportsbook, casino, poker and other online games.”

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