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  • PKR Poker Earns Three e-Gaming Review Award Nominations

    Monday, November 9th, 2009 by t2admin

PKR Poker is only in its third year of operations but the online poker room is already considered one of the best online poker rooms available online. Recently PKR Poker was nominated for three e-Gaming Review Awards for 2009.

The 3D poker room was nominated for Poker Operator of the Year award, the Online Marketing Campaign of the Year award and the Offline Marketing Campaign of the Year award. PKR Poker will join the other online poker rooms in the running for the awards.

The Poker Operator of the Year award is given to the online poker room that makes the most advances in the poker industry over the past twelve months. PKR earned an honorable mention in this category last year so they are hoping to win the award this year. Party Poker, 888, Ladbrokes and Gaming Media Group are also up for this award.
Chief Executive Officer for PKR, Malcolm Graham, commented: “We are very pleased to be in the running for Poker Operator of the Year for the second consecutive year. And to be nominated in three categories by EGR and be recognized by the APA is a remarkable achievement.”

Not only has PKR Poker been recognized for their achievements by the e-Gaming Review Awards but they have also earned other awards. The online poker room was nominated for the Best Digital Solutions by the Association of Publishing Agencies. PKR has been named among other top companies for awards from the Association of Publishing Agencies including Ray Ban, ASOS, Channel 4, ITV and Manchester United.

With the addition of new upgrades to the PKR poker room as well as the new poker team representing PKR, it would be surprising if they do not walk away with at least one, if not all of the awards they are nominated for.

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