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PKR Launches iPad Poker App

PKR iPad App

The next-generation online poker room PKR has launched its first real money poker app for the iPad. Available for free in the Apple App Store, the PKR mobile app allows players to participate in real money ring games and Sit & Go tournaments whilst on the move.

The PKR iPad app will only be available to UK players in the first instance, but there are plans to make it available to the entire PKR customer base in the near future. Also in the pipeline is the ability to play multi-table tournaments on the app.

The COO of PKR, Leon Walters, headed the team responsible for the development of the new app and he had this to say about it. “I’m very pleased to have launched the poker app after several months of hard work by the team. This release represents one of the most significant steps forward for PKR since our inception in 2006. We aim to quickly follow this first phase of our efforts t reach the growing mobile poker audience with iPhone and Android versions.”

The tablet version of PKR still retains many of the unique features that sets PKR apart from its rivals, including fully rendered 3D avatars and environments! This latest app will form part of a suite of mobile games PKR currently offers alongside its Blackjack and roulette apps that have grown increasingly popular in recent months.

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