As part of a three year contract between Sportingbet, Plc. and Boss Media, Paradise Poker will join the Boss Media poker network. Sportingbet will retain the Paradise poker brand, but all poker players will be migrated to Boss.
"This deal combines all our poker players in one destination, maximising liquidity whilst reducing the complexity of running two separate poker operations," said Andrew McIver, Sportingbet group Chief Executive in a press release.
"The addition of the Paradise Poker players to the Boss poker network will make the Boss network one of the largest in Europe," McIver said.
Today, the number of daily, active, real-money players on both systems amount to approximately 6,500 each.
"The partnership with Sportingbet is material to the success of Boss Media and is one very important reason that we are one of the leading providers of e-Gaming software," said Johan Berg, Boss Media Chief Executive Officer.
"The strengthened partnership will enable the two companies to work together to bring second to none e-Gaming products to the market," Berg said.
Paradise Poker is one of the classic online poker sites. It has been around since 1999 and was considered market leading for many years.
Boss Media is a Swedish Internet gambling software and service provider for several leading online poker rooms, including CelebPoker.
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