After so much wait, Czech Republic is finally going to get another choice for international online poker. In collaboration with King’s Resort, Partypoker has brought out reports of online operators through their blog in Czech Republic.
Those who aim to sign up for the site will be required to visit their local post office. Instantaneous physical registration is necessary. So, this will enable the clients to sign up at King’s Casino in Rozvadov located near Germany’s border.
Tom Waters, the Managing Director of partypoker stated: “We are delighted to be working with King’s Resort to offer online poker in the Czech Republic. We have some ambitious and exciting plans for 2019 in partnership with King’s and there will be plenty on offer for Czech players at partypoker.”
Their promotions are making a hit already. There will be €552K Guaranteed Main Event by Czech Poker Masters with €110 buy-in. The promotion will be valid from 14th April to 22nd April. Czech-based players will also get 25% cashback.
Leon Tsoukernik, the owner of King’s Resort stated: “We will be able to offer players great connection between the online and live game to maximize their gaming experience.”
The news was flashed after the proclamation in November stating about the issuing of license to partypoker in November 2018. After the imposition of new laws in 2017, the operator has been out of sight.
Partypoker manages to be in contact to country despite being absent from the market. In June 2017 the main event partypoker MILLION Germany was hosted by King’s Casino. These ties have played a part in bringing it back to Czech online scene and helped in its partnership with casino.
There is not much difference in the laws, so it will be worth watching to see how partypoker will manage with greater restrictions and more taxes. It will might earn enough market shares as it is subjected to less competition and will rise despite of those restrictions.