In efforts to please the customers’ needs to offer greater rewards in New Jersey, WSOP and 888 are set to divide the prize pools between them.
US gambling news reports that World Series of Poker site and the popular 888 online poker destination are going to split the players starting from Monday. The two respective companies have come to an agreement to share the customers so that they are able to make use of better liquidity when playing their games.
New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement believes that online poker will be one of the main areas of focus for the state this year. Online card playing is expected to become a serious force, despite the fact that this particular area has only generated 25% of New Jersey’s online gaming earnings.
WSOP and 888 set for a remarkable partnership
It is estimated that WSOP and 888 will be raking in around $130,000 together in guaranteed earnings from tournament money every single week, while they will also operate their own individual awards and VIP programs that are in accordance with US gambling laws.
The chief executive officer of the All American Poker Network, David Licht, is certain that the partnership between the two firms will aid them in their pursuits of increasing the number of active players. “Shared liquidity will help create a better player experience that we hope will attract a diversity of players and begin to bring poker to a broader audience once again.”