London, October 11th � Tribeca Tables Europe, Limited, the world�s largest aggregator of ePoker brands, and the Tain Poker Network, a leading gaming solutions provider, announced today that the Tain Poker Network, is joining the Tribeca Poker Network.
This merger will allow all existing Tain Network partners to migrate their players to the Tribeca Tables platform. As part of Tribeca Tables� network, Tain Poker partners will now be able to take advantage of the higher liquidity that both Tain and Tribeca consider as the single most important component in a long term competitive ePoker offering.
All existing Tain Poker Network customers, including their dominant customer Expekt.com, are included in the merger. Tain will continue to develop their Sports and Casino software, but will be looking to integrate their remaining poker skins onto the Tribeca platform.
Commenting on the signing, Steve Cook, European Managing Director for Tribeca Tables said; "We have been working for some time to reach into the lucrative Scandinavian poker markets. Signing with Tain and bringing onboard Expekt.com has allowed Tribeca to take a firm foot hold in these countries. We are very pleased to complete a significant deal with Tain".
Erik Ahlberg, CEO of the Tain Poker Network, said, "This manifests a natural next step in our effort of building a world class Poker offering and we will now be able to welcome our customers into one of the strongest networks in the world, positioned to lead the coming phase of consolidation."
Tain, with their main customers Expekt.com and Parbet join other European brands including Paddy Power, Victor Chandler, Blue Square, and most recently Sporting Index. Tribeca Tables� impressive list of brands speaks volumes for its growing reputation and position in the poker industry, Tribeca represents the best choice of poker vendor going forward with their in-depth poker knowledge and expertise.
Tribeca�s Steve Cook added; "As we are currently witnessing, the poker business is starting to consolidate. Tribeca feels that the company is correctly positioned to take advantage of a consolidating market".