Poker Plex announced today that it will extend its sponsorship for Peter Costa to attend the WSOP in a continued support of his aim to achieve the best all round player at the events held in Las Vegas between the 3rd June – to 15th July.
“We believe it is very important to support our players in their ambitions and are happy to work with Peter towards this goal,” said Michael Chambers, Manager of Poker Plex. “WSOP is the event around which all poker players base their diary, and this year’s events promises to be bigger and better than ever. Peter is at the top of his game, playing the poker Bocoran Slot Gacor of his life, and we wish him every success at the tournament.”
Poker Plex sponsors online tournament
Poker Plex has announced the latest winner to qualify for a place at the 36th Annual World Series of Poker Main Event.
Henrik Witt secured his position in a satellite competition organised by Poker Plex on Sunday 15th of May. He wins not only the buy-in for the main event, but also a second chance entry into event 45, a bracelet event in this heavily overlaid competition. Additionally, winners are given $2,000 as a travel/spending allowance, and accommodation for nine days in Las Vegas.
“I am proud to be representing Poker Plex at this years WSOP,” said Witt. “Playing in the biggest event ever is what every poker player wants, and to have a shot at the bracelet for 2005 is something I care about and take really serious.”
Henrik joins the Poker Plex team of contenders vying for an estimated prize fund of $60 million, with a first prize of $10 million. For more details, and your chance to win one of the remaining seats, visit the Poker Plex website, www.pokerplex.com
2005 starts strong with growth in earnings for first quarter
Poker Plex licensor, CryptoLogic, has reported first quarter revenue growth of 33%, and a 27% growth in earnings on 2004 figures for the same period.
“CryptoLogic is clearly benefiting from its investment in growth, and we will continue to invest in order to maximise returns at this exciting time in our industry,” said Lewis Rose, President and CEO of CryptoLogic. “The Landmark legislation to regulate Internet gaming in the UK for the first time is further evidence of the global potential and growing acceptance that this industry is here to stay.”
The Internet poker fees derived from WagerLogic, CryptoLogics subsidiary company, rose by more than 200% over Q1 2004, accounting for 25% of Q1 2005 revenue, while licensees’ revenue from international markets accounted for 65% of total revenue, up from 60% in 2004.
The central poker room shared by WagerLogic licensees now attracts more than 6,000 simultaneous online players, and is one of the world’s top five revenue generating online poker