|September 6, 2005 (London, UK) - Recently launched, second generation poker site, PokerShare (www.PokerShare.com) will exhibit at this year’s Casino Affiliate Convention (CAC) in Las Vegas where it will launch its much awaited affiliate program. |
PokerShare’s revolutionary new concept is already stirring a buzz in the rapidly expanding online poker industry and expects to attract substantial interest in Vegas next week. “This is our first time at CAC and we’re looking forward to introducing our offering to delegates of CAC,” says, Max Wright, Director of Gaming, PokerShare.com.
The PokerShare.com concept is to distribute a share of its overall company profits to players, whether they win or lose at the tables. PokerShare’s distribution equals 40% of profits directly to players’ accounts. Additionally, if PokerShare.com floats on the stock exchange or is sold, players will also participate in 40% of the windfall.
Casino Affiliate Convention (www.cac2005.com) is one of the largest industry events covering both traditional and online marketing. It will be held September 11 - 12, 2005 at the Stardust Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, USA. PokerShare invites affiliates, webmasters, casino operators and of course its players to come and meet the PokerShare team.
Stay tuned for more about PokerShare’s affiliate program ...
For more information about PokerShare please contact:
Lyceum Media on behalf of PokerShare.com
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About PokerShare.com (www.PokerShare.com)
Play it, Own it. PokerShare.com is the world’s first online poker room to offer its users the opportunity to own a percentage of the company’s profits. PokerShare.com Limited (UK) is a wholly owned subsidiary of PlayIt OwnIt Limited. PokerShare.com is powered by Excapsa, one of the largest online poker networks, which includes top sites such as UltimateBet.com and UltimatePoker.com.
How the concept works
When you play on PokerShare.com you earn SharePoints from the length of time you play, to the number of pots you contribute and from tournament fees. SharePoints entitle you to a percentage of the company’s profits.
40% of the company’s profits go directly into a Gibraltar-based Trust. The Trust distributes dividends to players relative to the number of SharePoints earned.