Quadnet Poker Network introduces online poker room, PokerHigh

India’s poker network – Quadnet has launched, with this initiative, it aims to empower new or existing entities finding their ways to enter the gaming ecosystem which is consistently growing at triple-digit figures and is currently pegged at upwards of two billion dollars.  

With the launch of Quadnet, the poker network has added a new dimension to its online poker vertical by introducing PokerHigh. PokerHigh, a popular and oldest online poker rooms has joined the network, making it the third poker room to join after Spartan Poker and Blitz Poker.   

With the introduction of Quadnet Poker Network, the online poker ecosystem in India has reached another milestone with the best technology and efficient systems that provide a world-class gaming experience to a new player base. In terms of gameplay, it offers a white label solution for an online poker room that ensures a smooth gaming experience. The poker operators in the network can share the existing player liquidity of more than 10 lakh players– White labels save big by not having to build the initial player pool which is the biggest obstacle for new gaming start-ups. The network also provides an award-winning world-class poker technology platform across the web and mobile apps. 

“We are excited for this new partnership with Quadnet Poker Network as it gives our players a superior gaming experience. With multiple options to choose from, players will get access to games of their choice which will, in turn, help us grow the poker community. This is a key milestone for us, and we have a whole bunch of differentiated IP-led strategies planned for the coming months and years. We also want to build awareness around the idea of safe and reliable gaming to help our players be more equipped with the know-how to play the game at a competitive level,” said PokerHigh director Gaurav Gaggar.  

PokerHigh has been at the forefront of innumerable new initiatives, including being the first in the country to host a legal and licensed offline poker tournament in the national capital, and more recently driving poker initiatives for charity, thereby raising over 13 lakhs in a matter of a few months. PokerHigh now plans to expand the overall player base by inducting the gaming audience of India into poker, while strictly maintaining the responsible gaming side of things.  

Nasir Patel of Quadnet Poker Network said, “We are delighted to welcome PokerHigh to the network. We are sure that this will be a profitable move for both entities.”  

“Skill-based gaming in India is undergoing an exciting transition. PokerHigh’s new product will aim to build a community of poker players, both new and old, who are keen on taking their game to the next level through skill and strategy”, added Gaggar. 

With all-new PokerHigh, it would be a great way for players to lock horns with competitive players from across the country and further, hone their gaming skills. It focuses more on providing a world-class experience to then start catering to the entire ecosystem ranging right from education including basics such as bankroll management to the new poker players to try and encompass the journey one has to undertake to become great at this mind sport. 

PokerHigh has announced reality poker show called – The Player Hunt. Also, it has a bunch of welcome promotions planned for its players: 

  • First of its kind 100per cent Instant Cashback on Deposits 
  • Access to the all-new loyalty program of PokerHigh, The High Club, with up to 60 per cent Rakeback, and a whole bunch of other benefits planned in the months to come 
  • Over 12 Crores GTD in prizes every month, thereby making the offering right up there with the top poker rooms of the country 

 Quadnet Poker Network aims to empower new or existing entities finding their ways to enter the gaming ecosystem which is consistently growing at triple-digit figures and is currently pegged at upwards of two billion dollars by providing white-label or turnkey solutions to start customized online poker business.  

 

Games