The remaining players are now all on an hour-long dinner break following the completion of level 6.
Nevada Online Gaming Licensee Bally Technologies To Team Up With Ongame Poker Network
Technology Firm To Create A More Robust Internet Gaming Platform
Nevada online gaming licensee Bally Technologies has announced that it will work with the Ongame Poker Network in order to build a more comprehensive interactive gaming product.
Ongame was acquired last year by Amaya Gaming Group.
The firms are business-to-business providers.
Bally’s V.P. of Business Development said in a statement: “Ongame is a world leader in the online poker space and we are excited to incorporate their best-in-class offering into the Bally iGaming platform. This relationship further validates the current transformation within the online gaming sector, which integrates traditional and online casino systems, allowing casino operators to protect their data, while offering their customers Best in Class content.”
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