In recent poker industry news, PokerHigh, a well-known online poker website, has announced a partnership with the international gaming software company Enterra Soft. The partnership has been made to introduce a new poker network called Fair Play Skill Network in the country.
The network will then offer white labels and skins to multiple poker sites that are currently operating in India. This will be offered on a joint network with shared liquidity. PokerHigh’s parent company QuantumSkill Gaming & Tech Pvt. Ltd., has officially signed the deal with the international company. The agreement also mentions that they both will set up a dedicated team in the country to develop the technology for the Indian market and focus on the growth of this business.
Dmitry Starostenkov, founder and CEO of Enterra Soft said, “We love that we got the opportunity to launch ourselves in India with one of the biggest names in the poker industry. We’ve worked with them for some time and considering their expertise in the industry having launched some of the biggest names in the industry, we’re excited about the India chapter in our story and look forward to making Fair Play Skill Network the biggest in the years to come.”
Sumit Khurana, CEO of PokerHigh also weighed in saying, “We believe with the experience that our team has in the Poker industry, paired with the excellence and expertise of Dmitry and his team, PokerHigh will be a force to be reckoned with, having been one of the first white labels to partner with Fair Play Skill Network for technology. We plan on being the number one gaming website in the country, and we believe that teaming up with Fair Play was an important step towards achieving that.”
PokerHigh recently partnered with Hippo52, which saw the latter’s user base getting shifted to PokerHigh’s database. This was done to “further cement our [PokerHigh’s] position in the market,” the brand stated earlier. This move also saw Khurana becoming the new CEO of PokerHigh, having previously been in the capacity of Head at Hippo52.
In similar recent news, Baadshah Gaming partnered with Connective Games, a Malta-based tech provider to revamp the former’s offerings and architecture, especially on the mobile-front since that’s where its strength lies. Keep reading GutshotMagazine.com for more similar news and for general poker updates from around the world.
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