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LOS ANGELES, CA (Sep 1, 2015) – World Poker Fund Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: WPFH) announces that it will begin rolling out a series of online poker sites in 2015 utilizing WPFH celebrity relationships as its marketing platform. WPFH plans to begin releasing its skilled poker sites to the public while continuing to develop a cash poker platform for Native American Indian tribes.
WPFH skilled poker sites will generate revenues through advertising (banner ads, video ads, and product placement), virtual goods, and premium subscriptions. WPFH has retained experienced online gaming developers and is in the final stages of completing its own proprietary gaming engine. The current engine already accommodates Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha High, Omaha Low, 7 Card Stud, 5 Card Stud, Roulette, and Blackjack gaming.
“We believe our new online skilled poker engine is far superior to any other similar website now operating and are looking forward to quickly gaining major market penetration in tandem with our celebrity-focused marketing strategy in this world market as a result,” states Ben Carter, WPFH Public Relations representative.
At the present time, only Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey have web gambling industries. WPFH is establishing relationships with Native American Indian Tribes throughout the country to assist in the development of internet poker and interactive gaming platforms within sovereign rights under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA).
About World Poker Fund Holdings, Inc.
World Poker Fund Holdings, Inc. is engaged in the development of poker sponsorship tournaments to identify and train new poker players for poker competitions, to develop and produce poker entertainment reality TV shows, and to advise and assist in the development of online and interactive gaming and casino development under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988. WPFH is not engaged in gaming activity, does not operate casinos or gaming venues, and is not licensed, or required to be licensed, under any gaming regulations.