Cake Poker Online Network Welcomes Poker King

Published Sunday, October 10, 2010 -

Poker is still topping the charts when it comes to a gambling past time. Offerings keep getting more varied and better with addition after addition making their presence known on the internet.
Cake Poker has been undergoing changes recently that have upgraded the online poker experience considerably. According to a press release the Cake Poker Network announced it will be adding Poker King to it's network. Poker King is managed by the Asian facing SunGame organization that " provides a variety of online gaming experiences such as online live dealer, sports book, keno, slots, finance bets, and more of the hottest games."

The Cake Poker Network is headquartered in Curacao is US player friendly and is considered the 18th largest in the world in terms of ring game activity with a seven-day running average of 970 cash game players.

Coincidentally or maybe not, SunGame released a movie recently about poker called  "Poker King." A company spokesperson commented in the press release, "We are very excited and proud to launch our new poker product and we are very thankful for the incredible support of the Cake Network. It is so gratifying to work with Cake as they support our Asian currencies and Asian languages as well as our views on marketing."

Andrew Turner, Cake Poker's Marketing Director, commented on the addition, "We are excited to welcome SunGame and their players to the Cake Network. SunGame is a great partner for us as they expand the geographic reach of the Cake Network with their aggressiveness to bring the real poker experience to Asia."

With the addition of King Poker, SunGame and the Cake Poker Network, can now view their account information in their home currency. This includes account balance, buy-ins, bet amounts, and pot sizes, making for a well-rounded experience in a player’s native money. A screen shot provided by Cake showcased the software in action with Chinese currency, complete with Chinese language spoken in the chat box and Chinese commands printed on the betting buttons.



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