Tribeca signs a major poker room deal with Platinum Poker
By staff
London 6th May, 2004 - Online poker room software developer Tribeca Tables has signed its third distribution poker partnership deal with Platinum Poker, formerly known as The Binnion. Platinum Poker, who already have several poker brand skin deals lined up; further strengthens Tribeca’s position in the top ten poker rooms on the web.

Tribeca’s family now extends to three major poker partners, joining forces with both Victor Chandler Worldwide and Golden Palace Casino. Each partner has over 70 sub licensees, bringing the total to over 150 prestige brands in the network including Poker In Europe, Racing Post, internet provider Freeserve, and lads magazine FHM, to name but a few. A recently new signing has been the UK’s largest daily national newspaper The Sun, who have just launched

This month also sees Tribeca launch over $600,000 in freerolls and guaranteed tourneys, and every Wednesday evening one $9,000 guaranteed seat in the Victor Poker Cup tournament being held in London July 21st-23rd, plus free travel and accommodation.

Tribeca Tables, who now have offices in the UK, will be announcing several major licensing agreements in the coming weeks, soon to be included in the Tribeca network. You will be able to catch up with both Tony Chaskelson and Steve Cook at the forth-coming expo GIGSE in Toronto from 16th–19th May.

For further information regarding Tribeca’s poker room solutions, you can contact Tribeca Tables at, or Steve Cook directly, at

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