Internet poker firm Interpoker has announced that it is switching platforms to Amaya Gaming's Ongame Poker Network, with the move set to be completed at the end of April.
With the new move InterPoker will be leaving GTech's International Poker Network, taking their player base of more than 200,000 punters with them.
Danish players will initially be left out, as Ongame has yet to obtain Danish licensing, although improved rakeback will be included in the move.
Other major deals that Amaya has inked recently include PLAYpoker, Bally Technologies, and Casino777. All are considered wins for the Montreal based gaming firm.