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PokerLoco Live on Microgaming Poker Network (MPN)

PokerLoco Live on Microgaming Poker Network MPN

Microgaming Poker Network has been struggling traffic wise since Unibet and Ladbrokes both left the network around the same time. Now it seems that they have gotten a positive boost in the right direction again, as PokerLoco has just gone live on the popular poker network.

Curacao based PokerLoco has been around for many years and used Ongame's poker platform prior to moving over to MPN's. Here they will join forces with well known bookies such as BetVictor, Betsson and 188Bet as well as one of the world's most popular casino sites, 32Red. PokerLoco went for MPN due to the fact that they deliver the best poker experience on the market.

“Our players will now benefit from larger tournaments, unique promotions and the player-friendly features that the MPN has become renowned for in recent years,” Head of Poker at PokerLoco, Manuel Lopes said.  “We’re now a part of a network that has a well-balanced poker ecosystem, where the casual player is king.” he added.

Microgaming rebranded their network a few years back, where they began kicking out the skins that provided illegal high rakeback deals to players and attracted grinders and instead began focusing on providing a more entertaining experience for the recreational players. They integrated a bad beat jackpot, player rewards as well as anonymous tables to ensure the fun for players.

“Over the next few years we are going to make a series of exciting changes to the MPN, to change the game of Poker for the better,” Alex Scott, Spokesperson from MPN said. “We are proud to have PokerLoco on board, helping to shape the future that we share.” he added.

The partnership goes beyond poker, as PokerLoco have agreed to also integrate Microgaming's casino games from their Quickfire portfolio. 

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