Poker Pros Network has dished out something new, and not only will this revolutionize the way the poker world perceives online poker sites bit also will popularize a simpler way to access the cashier. CMK Interactive Systems and the poker network in question brought in the poker room called Rounders Row to its network. Rounders Row was formerly a part of the Everleaf Network family. The poker room will join Poker Pro Network other gambling sites.
CMK is a licensed organization based in Costa Rica. MyPaylinQ Inc., a licensed and audited financial services company contracts and manages Poker Pros Network portfolio. MyPaylinQ Inc. is responsible in maintaining secure player operational accounts.
In a recent press announcement, the CEO of Poker Pros Network stated, “Written using the latest technology, our platform has the capability to deliver what others can’t, quickly interfacing additional rooms and marrying them with the same unique cashier system.”
Zane Smith, a representative from the poker room called Rounders Row is optimistic about the new venture. He said, “PPN’s low rake schedule and speedy cash-outs provide us the foundation to build the player-friendly poker room we are striving for.”
Gone are those days, when a poker platform used more than one cashier for it cash requirements. Today, with the exception of the PokeroomUSA.com that is a subscription-based platform, all other online poker rooms including the PokerProsNetwork.eu utilize just one convenient cashier. The convenient method requires a one-time registration only; offers several convenient cash depositing options, even those that include credit cards. The new and improved Poker Pros Network provides customers with multiple online poker rooms, which includes free-play options, a neat subscription-base, exclusive micro-limit and other features such as real-money and live-dealer options.
Smith also announced the plan to merge Patriots of Poker, and Raise and Fold into Rounders Row. He also said other poker rooms would follow suit, as the plans to expand would give Poker Pros Network a much larger player base.
Rounders Row decision to join Poker Pros Network followed Everleaf Gaming’s decision to shut down operation in the US, France and Malta last year. Since then, several of Everleaf online poker rooms have looked into seeking a new platform.