Despite the large number of new poker sites on the market, the majority of traffic to online poker sites is found on a few major networks. These networks operate games in a variety of currencies, including U.S. dollars. This allows the sites to cater to players from outside of the U.S. and provide low stakes. They also don’t have to pay interest on the bankrolls of their clients. Some even offer side games against “the house” for real money.
IDNPoker is a popular online poker network in Asia. It first opened its doors in Cambodia in 2010, and has since expanded its operations to Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The company has a PAGCOR license, and holds a BMM RNG certificate. In addition, the company’s poker rooms are translated into English.
The company’s traffic levels are very impressive. They currently have over 10,000 concurrent users. IDNPoker’s success has largely been due to a large marketing campaign in Asian countries.
In addition to the poker rooms, the network has also developed a casino branch. IDNPoker has participated in several local gaming conferences and charity events. It also offers a stand-alone mobile client. The client is a copy of the desktop client, but it performs well.
The company’s Player Protection program is designed to combat predatory players. It hides player names until they are paid, and it combats “bots” and other players who attempt to circumvent prior account restrictions. The player also has the option of hiding the full tables.