PokerVIP Relaunches With Multi-Language Support
UK based poker media and entertainment giant 180Vita has relaunched its flagship PokerVIP site (www.pokervip.com) with multi-language support and content from the brightest minds in online poker.
PokerVIP, which launched as an English-language only product in 2008, is now the first poker educational site available in Thai and Serbian, while the complete version will also be available in Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Chinese. The poker school will feature instructional videos for players of all abilities, meaning players can stick with PokerVIP as their game reaches new heights.
The fresh new site is fully responsive, and accessible on all mobile and tablet devices, and offers players customised promotions for their specific country. Its relaunch will be accompanied by the biggest ever affiliate-based poker promotion – a worldwide monthly $50,000 rake race with the top 200 players paid out based on their play at more than 10 qualifying poker sites.
PokerVIP takes care of the entire poker experience away from the tables, letting players take advantage of exclusive promotions and ensuring they have top coaches and essential learning resources at their disposal. The resource also allows members to book private training sessions with elite poker coaches, and buy tracking software at a discount.
We are immensely proud of the new PokerVIP site and poker school, and are confident that this will be the version we continue to build on for years to come
Some of the best known online poker pros in the world use PokerVIP to manage their online poker careers, and we believe their input has helped make our poker school the best in the world
Jamie Nevin – 180Vita Founder
The new PokerVIP site is built using the same technologies as other core sites across 180Vita’s portfolio, such as poker media hub PokerTube and social sportsbetting site Tipday.
PokerVIP players generate more than $1,000,000 in rake for partner sites each month, and the relaunch comes just months after 180Vita’s acquisition of WeakTight.com, the world’s largest poker hand database.