Ultimate Poker and WSOP.com have been fighting for market share in Nevada, but the state’s third regulated poker site is also aiming to be a player within the Silver State market.
Real Gaming, which launched softly six months ago, has increased its promotional efforts as of late with the goal of making its mark among the regulated poker sites in Nevada. A new promo entitled “Power Up” has been unveiled that allows players to earn a bit more cash by commenting on social media.
“Power Up” hooked to other valuable promos
The new promotional endeavor is tied in with previous promos at Real Gaming such as “High Hand of the Hour” and “Quadzilla.” The former runs four times a day and awards players who obtain the highest hand during select times anywhere from $5-$100 depending upon the stake level played. The latter pays from $5-$50, also dependent on cash table stakes, to any player who hits four-of-a-kind.
Players who win either the high hand or quads promo will receive a congratulatory email with instructions on how to earn more cash by giving a shout out on social media. A simple tweet on Twitter announcing your winnings coupled with a LIKE and comment on Facebook that tells others of your success will add even more cash to your account at Real Gaming.
Real Gaming operates via the license of South Point Casino and developed brand new software before launching. Although a latecomer to the Nevada market, the site employs the latest technologies and was created with an eye toward players who enjoy online poker while mobile and on the go.