888 Poker will take advantage of the agreement between Nevada and Delaware to share online poker player pools. The network will be known as the All-America Poker Network.
Delaware and Nevada agreed to share players in February, but no launch date for the move has been announced.
888 provides all of Delaware’s online poker, and its software is also used by WSOP in Nevada. The company plans to launch its own site in Nevada as well.
“We are aiming to deploy a shared poker network across the two states, which will offer poker players in each state an enhanced customer experience,” 888 said in an investor statement. “We remain fully committed to the U.S. market through our B2B business as well as through our interest in the AAPN joint venture.”