Good news for all czech republic poker players
Party has announced it has been granted a licence to operate in the Czech Republic, with a partnership with King’s Resort. It becomes the second international operator to acquire an online gambling license in the country and will be only the second licensed online poker room.
Tom Waters, managing director of partypoker said: “We are delighted to be working with King’s Resort to offer online poker in the Czech Republic. We have some ambitious and exciting plans for 2019 in partnership with King’s and there will be plenty on offer for Czech players. We are currently in the final stages of completing the technical set up and look forward to announcing further launch promotions and events and full details of our product offering in the coming weeks.”
Leon Tsoukernik owner of King’s Resort added: “It is a great honour to co-operate on such an interesting project with such an important partner on a global level for us. We will be able to offer players great connection between the online and live game to maximize their gaming experience. King’s Resort is already a major player in the poker world, hosting Europe’s largest live poker room, and this is a further big step forward in our commitment to players.”
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