Optibet.lv and BestPoker Join Playtech iPoker Network

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Enlabs operational betting sites BestPoker and Optibet.lv announced that they've signed onto the Playtech iPoker Network, allowing the sites to take part in the various forms of poker that the company provides.

The platform agreement will give Playtech another customer in Latvia, which itself is growing as a regulated online betting market. The platform will have a series of different games for punters to take part in, including Hold'em, Omaha, and Stud, as well as tournaments, Sit n Go's, and even free rolls. Liquidity is key for a poker network to succeed, and Playtech is able to boast a large player base, making it one of the most active networks in the world.

"We're truly excited to partner with Enlabs and welcome Optibet and BestPoker to the iPoker network," said Playtech's Head of Poker Marat Koss. "The poker market is facing undeniable challenges, but at Playtech we're continuing to invest in expanding and evolving our software and network to address the future head-on. Our active development of new products and expansion into new markets demonstrates Playtech's commitment to the poker vertical. We are joining forces with a very professional and experienced poker team led by Maksims Gorbacs and I have no doubt that this partnership will be fruitful and productive."

Enlabs Head of Poker Maksims Gorbacs added: "We're delighted to expand our poker and casino offering with Playtech and bring its industry-leading content to our customers. Playtech's scale and innovation are powerful tools when looking to deliver the best player experience in growing and established markets alike. We look forward to developing this partnership further as we continue to grow our content offering."

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