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Winning Tournament Network Offers Instant Liquidity to Poker Operators

September 10th, 2014-The Winning Poker Network (WTN) opened its doors to new partners looking to offer their poker players tournament poker while remaining independent. The new service provides partners with player liquidity, marketing resources, and reporting tools enabling them to offer tournaments while keeping 100% of their cash game revenue.

“We’re very excited about our new partner program which opens doors for new poker tournament revenue for smaller client based operators,” comment spokesperson Michael Harris. “We provide the instant player liquidity essential for poker tournaments with sizeable guaranteed prize pools.”

New partners who join the WTN can sell players tournament tickets to an assortment of daily guaranteed tournaments with a pre-existing player pool. Unlike other networks partners have no set-up fees and are not liable for any tournament overlays. All profits accrued from tournament fees are evenly split between the network and the operator. Player personal information will also remain in sole possession of the partner.

“Joining a tournament network with a proven track record along with critical mass translates into instant profits for our partners” continued Harris.

Successful partner applicants will receive a Marketing Package to design their own advertising campaigns and receive constant updates of upcoming tournaments to relay to their players. During the duration of the contract partners will also be assigned a personal account manager available 24/7 to personally answer any questions that surface along the way.

For those interested in learning more or applying to become a WTN partner please visit www.winningtournamentnetwork.com

About the Winning Tournament Network:
The Winning Tournament Network was created in 2014 by a group of individuals with decades of experience operating in the online poker industry. They are committed to supporting their partners while providing access to best in class technology and absorption of risk.