bet365 Poker Upgrades: Mobile App and Welcome OfferPublished January 10, 2015 by Elana K
bet365 improves its mobile app and offers new welcome package in order to attract a larger demographic of poker players.
bet365, a popular internet gambling company, has recently made some changes to its poker site that take into account both the ever-evolving technology industry and players’ needs. The main changes that bet365 has made are the improvement of their mobile app, and a new welcome package. With these advancements, bet365 Poker hopes to make their site more accessible and suitable for a larger demographic of poker players.
Play Poker On-The-Go
bet365 launched their mobile app in September 2013, and has recently made a number of technical improvements to speed up loading times and to make navigation easier. The app is available on iPhone, iPad and Android, and players who use the app will have access to bet365’s Premium poker tables. And just like the website, playing on mobile counts towards bet365’s unique VIP scheme.
bet365 Welcomes New Players
The new welcome package at bet365, which came into effect on January 6, 2015, offers players up to €100. The idea is to help players have more early “moments of success” and encourage them to play more. The money will be released in chunks as players accrue merit points, which are the basis of bet365’s VIP scheme.
New players who make deposits will also receive €5 worth of tournament tokens, which can be used towards the various poker tournaments offered at bet365, including Twister and Sit N Go’s.
In addition to a poker site, bet365 also offers a wide range of internet gambling, including sports betting, casino games and live dealers. bet365 has some of the biggest tournaments on the internet, in which players can compete against thousands of others from all over the world.
bet365 uses a sophisticated Random Number Generator (RNG) and bets are audited by TST to ensure the fairness of all games. bet365 is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner.