Top-rated gambling technology company, Playtech, has announced that Red Star Poker has now joined their online poker network. As a well-established poker operator in Eastern European, Red Star will be working with the developer as the brand continues to commit to strengthening their Poker vertical. The supplier also has other collaborations in the works, with the brand set to increase investments in their online poker product.
More About Red Star Poker:
Established in 2005, Red Star provides a secure experience for players located around the world. Over the years, it continues to be selected as a safe and reliable partner by hundreds of thousands of players who want to enjoy a high-quality gaming solution with a focus on the marketplace in Eastern Europe.
Playtech COO, Shimon Akad, commented on the new partnership by stating: “We are delighted to welcome Red Star on board with Playtech. At a time when the Poker market is facing undeniable challenges, at Playtech we are completely committed to addressing those challenges head-on. Red Star’s decision to collaborate with us is a testament to our long-term investment in our Poker network and its ongoing development – and of course our commitment to our operators.”
The Playtech Poker Network:
The online poker network of Playtech is focused on growth in regulated markets around the world, just as the wider strategy of the brand. The network offers quality poker liquidity with top-rated software and services that are developed to remain in compliance with regulation requirements in several jurisdictions.
The network’s stability and scale allows the brand to provide for a wide range of various partners, no matter the player base size, marketing strategy or core business plans. They can do this via the player valuation method known as Source Based Rake.
Red Star Poker joins the developer’s poker network after the announcement of the MPN network closing next year. The poker brand joined the Microgaming Poker Network in August 2019 and by September, Microgaming announced the networks impending closure.