ustomers in the state currently join game tables from the website’s lobby. However, if all the tables are full, players have to keep checking back to see if a seat has opened for them to join a game.
This process has led to many customers making complaints about PartyPoker, with many rival operators already offering some sort of service that enables them to place their name on a waiting list before being notified when a seat at a particular table becomes available.
Players have been calling for PartyPoker to introduce a similar service for some time, having initially launched a petition in May 2014.
PartyPoker has seemingly decided to give in to these demands after a company representative replied to customer posts on the Two Plus Two forum and stated that the product team is working on a “wait list solution.”
In partnership with the New Jersey land-based operation, the Borgata, PartyPoker was able to generate US$ 3.4 online gaming revenue during the month of November. This increase bucked a trend recently seen in the state, which saw total online gaming revenue for November fall to about US$ 800,000 per month to US$ 9.5 million.