Asian Online Poker Market Bodog88 Live Dealer Coming Soon

Published Wednesday, June 06, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com

When it comes to jobs there aren’t too many as interesting or as challenging as the one the Bodog88 managing director Robert Gustafsson has had for the last seven months or so. After along and intense hunt for a managing director Bodog88 chose Gustafsson to lead the way into the Asian gambling market. This position calls for a special person who understands the differences between the gambling in the European jurisdiction and the players in Asia.

Not only must this executive understand the Asian temperament but also the traditions involved in doing business in that part of the world. Gustafsson was quoted as saying recently, “Doing business in Asia, you have to listen to not only what’s being said but what’s not said.” The upcoming launch of the Bodog Live Dealer Studio will see a new facility coming online that rivals any in the world.

Built in Manila which is very advanced in it communications technology and technical expertise, under license from the First Cagayan Leisure and Resort Corporation this state of art studio will feature high quality video feeds, gorgeous women, very popular games and many specialty side bets with bonuses for the players. Gustafsson has been collecting rare and unique teas to serve his Chinese customers when doing business as well as having his business card translated into Chinese which helps break the ice and promote a better relationship with clients. The Managing Director suggests that gambling is more a part of a social night out in the Asian culture where eating drinking and gambling go hand and hand.

Live dealer offerings are appreciated in Asia as the patron likes the social action that only a live dealer can provide, “We call it Live Dealer 3.0, as we are taking the live dealer concept to the next level,” Gustafsson commented. With the new deal signed recently with the Bodog Poker Network the Asian dream is slowly but surely becoming a reality.

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