Poker players will have serious visibility into the US facing online poker site. Americas Cardroom has launched a Public Trello Board. Offering poker players the chance to get an inside virtual look at the company’s development cycle and stay informed of what’s happening.
“We’re a poker site, built by players for players. So, naturally, inviting players into our world makes perfect sense,” states Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom. “Our public Trello board lets anyone see what we’re up to, where we’ve been, and where we’re going. We designed it in house, complete with graphics to make things visually interesting. Check it out.”
Trello is a collaboration tool used by organizations of all stripes to organize projects into visually appealing and user-friendly boards. With a single glance, anyone can see the status of a project. Americas Cardroom uses Trello internally to track projects, along with other tools.
Americas CardRoom Trello Board
The Americas Cardroom public Trello board is accessible through any web browser. Furthermore it does not require viewers to have a Trello account. By launching the board, poker players can do the following.
- Check out current promotions
- View the company roadmap and see future plans
- See what’s coming next in the pipeline
- Stay informed of scheduled downtime
- See what’s in store for the next update
- Review what was added in previous updates
- Share ideas for improvements
While the open Trello board is an innovative concept, transparency isn’t exactly foreign to them. Phil Nagy, the Winning Poker Network’s CEO, is famous for being the only CEO of a poker network to regularly interact with players, oftentimes through Twitch streams.