Full House Entertainment Launches New Poker Software
beta launch of its Multiplayer poker system takes place on February 1st
Monday 31st January 2005
Full House Entertainment, the newest player in software development for Internet gaming and the e-commerce industries, is pleased to announce the beta launch of its Multiplayer poker system on February 1st, Full House Poker® V-1.3.
'Poker is growing at an astonishing rate, we are absolutely delighted to have reached this stage in development and believe that poker will continue to grow exponentially during the next few years' said Jean-Guy Leconte, Full House's director of operations. “…online poker is the perfect complement to our existing suite of gaming offerings, the demographics of sports betting and casino merge together on the same level as poker...”
Full House Poker offers an exciting poker environment to appeal to all poker players. They will be able to play the most popular poker games today: Texas Hold'em, 7-Card Stud, Omaha High, Omaha High/Low and the old favorite, Five Card Stud. Different variations of the poker game may be added by the players themselves. For the competition minded, a choice of expertly designed and managed Tournaments is available, catering to users of all levels. These include Knockout, Add-On / Re-Buy and Multi-Table Tournaments.
At the heart of the new Full House Poker® is (G-Comm. ® V-1.7) an advanced Multiplayer Gaming Engine, in development for two years, which dramatically improves network reliability, is built on a scalable infrastructure, allows for player-customizable games, and supports multiple operating systems such as Mac, Linux, and Windows.
Full House Poker® V-1.3 will be available on February 1st 2005 at http://www.fullhouseinc.com where the Interface will be available for download. Anyone interested in obtaining a preview of what’s to come is encouraged to visit the site and download the software. A feedback system will be available at the site.
About Full House Entertainment N.V.
Full House Entertainment N.V. is a privately held company created by its shareholders and management to build and manage the operations of online gaming websites. Full House Entertainment N.V. initially intended to produce and develop its own software for this purpose.
Note: All forward-looking statements included in this press release are made only as of the date of this press release, and we do not undertake any obligation to publicly update or correct any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances that subsequently occur or of which we hereafter become aware.