International Poker Network Loses BetClic Poker

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 :  GTechG2's loss is Everest network's gain
GTechG2's International Poker Network (IPN) has lost one of its larger operators with the announcement this week that BetClic Poker has moved to the Everest Poker network. Company spokesmen have characterised the move as one that will ensure continued growth and an improved player experience.
Betclic's head of poker, Tarquin Henderson, says: “The growing Everest Poker Network is a popular and trusted place to learn and experience the fun of playing poker online. BetClic Poker will bring poker knowledge, passion and liquidity to the network and this will ensure the best experience for all players involved.”
The move has involved the introduction of a slew of new promotional offers from the poker site, including an improved tournament schedule, bigger prize pools and bonuses, qualifiers for live tourneys, and daily freerolls
Betclic recently launched a sportsbetting for iPhone, allowing players to place bets across the company’s entire sports betting portfolio, including bets on more than fifteen different sports, eighty competitions, and up to seventy live betting events.
The app also features updated news and information, allowing customers to bet on live events while on the move.