Posted 1/7/11 : EuroSuperSport leaves GTechG2 network

Online poker operator Nuke Limited is moving its EuroSuperPoker website to the Ongame poker network after five years on Boss Media's International Poker Network.

In communications with its players, the operator said the Spanish-focused site is moving to Ongame in order to offer players the possibility of bigger tournaments, and will be offering better promotions and a wider choice of game play on a network that is significantly larger.
EuroSuperPoker, which sponsors the Spanish Poker Championship, informed its largely Spanish membership that their accounts would be moved over to the Ongame network and they would have only to login with the same username and choose a new password before re-commencing their play.
Positive player balances would be smoothly transferred to new accounts, with provision for players to withdraw their balances if this arrangement did not suit them.
EveryMatrix will take over e-processing from Webdollar, the players were informed, offering a wide range of depositing options.
Ongame network chief Martin Lerby said the move to his network would improve network liquidity, especially in Spain, and comes at a time when the Spanish government is actively considering a wider regulation of online gambling in the country.
Nuke Limited informed players that it intends to surrender its Class 3 on 4 Malta Remote Gaming Licence, issued by the Lotteries & Gaming Authority of Malta.