Connective Games offers to power Cash Game Weekend
Market-leading poker platform provider says its technology can be used to hold land-based poker festival online during the Covid-19 outbreak and beyond
Connective Games, the award-winning online poker technology and services provider, is offering to power the land-based Cash Game Weekend poker event, which looks set to take place online due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
The festival was due to be held at the Jewel Casino in Tbilisi, Georgia, from 8 – 13 April but will now take place online with organisers believed to be looking for a platform provider to partner with.
Europebet (a subsidiary of Betsson) already runs its poker room on the Connective Games poker platform, and now the provider is offering to extend this agreement so that it can run the Cash Game Weekend tournament online.
This would mean that players from Turkey, Israel, Iran, Georgia, Armenia, Romania, Italy and Lebanon could still take part in the poker festival while enjoying a fun, thrilling and market-leading online poker experience courtesy of Connective Games.
Connective Games powers some of the largest and most popular online poker rooms in the world, and its state-of-the-art technology is more than capable of migrating land-based tournaments online, ensuring events like Cash Game Weekend can still take place during the Coronavirus crisis.
Serge Mukhanov, CEO of Connective Games, said: “We wanted to make other land-based poker tournament organisers aware that our market-leading technologies and services can be used to host tournaments online for the first time.
“Our technology powers some of the largest and most popular online poker rooms in the world and can deliver the same award-winning experience to those who were set to enter the Cash Game Weekend, but in an online environment instead.”