PGIC Comes Out With New Way Of Playing Texas Holdem
Progressive Gaming International Corporation, one of the leaders in providing diversified content and technology products and services in the gaming industry worldwide, announced Oct. 23 that it will be introducing a new way to play Texas Hold'em poker.
PGIC is set to launch the World Series of Poker "Peer to Peer" Texas Hold'em game, a gaming system which will be designed to enable poker players to get into the game through a wired or wireless device on a secure intranet server managed from within a casino.
Poker aficionados will be able to play the WSOP "Peer to Peer" Texas Hold'em game in many locations within a casino, without having to be physically present at a poker table. Players may even be socializing, or drinking at the bar while playing!
The WSOP "Peer to Peer" Texas Hold'em gaming system is planned to be introduced on a wireless and wired hardware platform with the use of a mobile handheld device or a fixed terminal. The setup will be of much help to casino operators by leveraging unused gaming space and by creating potential opportunities for incremental revenue growth, but at the same time without risking the displacement of other products.
Harrah's Licensing Company, LLC, gave license for the World Series of Poker brand to be used by PGIC on a limited exclusive basis for a six year term.
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