Traffic of all European and World rooms has dropped – and big time. The drop was in all the rooms, including PokerStars with an exception of Party Poker, which puts big money into ad and is in revival mode. Microgaming Network had the biggest downfall and lost two rooms in a row – Triobet and PKR this month. The latter didn’t warn about its bankruptcy till the last moment so players lost hundreds of thousand dollars.
Pokermonster, Chinese Bodog, Pokermaster and Pokerfishs were partly spread in Europe and tens of professional made a sufficient traffic there. Pokermonster held another LZCOOP series with total prize fund of 700 thousand dollars, and two players from Russian Federation affiliated by us won in this series of tournaments.
Chinese Bodog finally started to process payments via Unioun Pay card and pay systems like VChat and AliPay, so that allows us giving away accounts of this network.
Pokermonster now has bugger volume and profit. LZCOOP victories gave the boost in profit, but players do OK in cash games as well.
Pokermaster is an app, which gives profit to players from Europe and Russia for over three months now. April was not an exception as 50% of the players win in these apps and their profit is way more than the losses of the remaining 50%.
Pokerfishs is the second pokermaster, organized by ex-workers of pokermaster. The traffic is not that big here but some tables offer crazy action.
IDN Poker now gets some sort of dubious reputation but there are some regulars who win over supposed bots here.
GG Network did a great job and firmly entered TOP5 of our list of poker networks. Our affiliated layers played there with varied access and April was not an exception. Let us notice positive growth dynamics of Tianlong and LotosPoker.