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Poker Players from NV, NJ, and MI Can Now Compete on Upgraded Poker 8 Platform



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Poker Players from NV, NJ, and MI Can Now Compete on Upgraded Poker 8 Platform

Evoke plc, formerly 888 Holdings, has expanded its Poker 8 gaming platform to players in Nevada and New Jersey. Now, players in those states will get to experience what those in Michigan have been able to play, and now, players from all three states will compete against one another on the platform for the first time.

According to evoke plc, the new upgraded software offers excellent graphics, smoother gameplay on all devices, fast load times, and better overall functioning.

The technology upgrade also includes a Player Account Management system, which is integrated with Customer Relationship Management functionality.

Partners in the United States can now use evoke’s products which includes more than 175 proprietary casino games from its in-house studio, Section 8. These games also include numerous progressive jackpot slots available at NJ online casinos

With this new rollout through Poker 8, players will be able to engage in features like Progressive Knockouts and Mystery Bounties and now also have the ability to play in multiple Texas Hold’em, Omaha cash games, and tournament tables concurrently from their mobile apps. 

“The latest poker platform upgrade in America will deliver superior gameplay experiences for players in Michigan, New Jersey, and Nevada. We look forward to working with our partners at the World Series of Poker to leverage this technology to substantially enrich their customers’ online poker experience.,” said Jeffrey Haas, Chief Growth Officer at evoke. 

According to evoke the “increase network liquidigity” will enhance the table availability, increasing the “depth and breadth” of tournament and cash games daily. 

Since 2013, evoke has powered and, according to evoke, “supported it with high-quality, value-added services and software to help Caesars create and maintain its industry-leading position.”

“It’s a monumental day to bring this new product to market in time for the 2024 World Series of Poker. While we will always strive to offer the biggest tournaments in the industry year-round, this is the time when players can enjoy exclusive satellites, promotions, and online bracelet events,” Ty Stewart, Executive Director of World Series of Poker, said. 

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