Adjarabet, an online poker operator based in Georgia, is the newest skin on the Microgaming Poker Network (MPN). Adjarabet has become the first operator to migrate to the MPN with its custom-made, unique poker gaming client, developed using Babelfish API by Singular, the Georgian developer.
Adjarabet, which was launched in 1998, soon became one of leading operators of online casino gaming, sports betting, and poker gaming services. Its migration to MPN is a wise move as it will increase traffic to its cash game tables. PokerScout.com says that Adjarabet attracts a weekly average of 700 players to its cash game tables while the MPN attracts a weekly average of 650 players.
The latest Babelfish API technology, which MPN allows its skins to use, helped Adjarabet make the move. Alex Scott, Microgaming’s poker head, said that this technology enables partners to customize their poker gaming software without running into huge expenses related to hosting and servers.
While introducing Babelfish API in January 2015, Scott said: “It allows operators to customize their poker software to a higher degree than has ever been possible before, without having to go standalone. Furthermore, it allows them to do this without having to worry about expensive hosting costs, random number generators, or any of the other complexities that come with developing server software.”
Babelfish API technology has brought life to MPN and will lead to its further growth if more operators follow in the footsteps of Adjarabet. It will also prevent existing skins from leaving the network. Expressing his excitement that the new technology has brought Adjarabet into the network, he said that the operator has attracted a lot of attention during the last two years and that he is happy they have chosen to join the MPN and to use its new technology “to take their poker platform to the next level.”
Expressing his appreciation of the new Babelfish API technology, Alastair Ives, Adjarabet’s poker head, said: “The Babelfish API allows us to offer a product that is completely tailored to our customer base, eliminating the pain of migrating to a new software provider.”
The MPN Poker Tour’s Georgia stop will be held in collaboration with Adjarabet. The Georgia leg of the MPN Poker Tour will be held at the Tbilisi Sports Palace from May 18 to May 31. Players can qualify for the €550 buy-in Main Event for as little as €0.25 at any skin on the MPN.