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Ultimate Gaming Announces Online Upgrades

Ultimate Gaming Announces Online Upgrades

Ultimate Gaming—which has been underperforming in the online gambling markets in New Jersey and Nevada—has announced improvements and new features for its Ultimate Poker and Ultimate Casino internet gambling services.

Ultimate says it has improved the geolocation process for players located in Nevada and New Jersey and also strengthened its Wi-Fi accessibility in both states. Players can now access Ultimate sites without the need for mobile phones, the company said.

In New Jersey, Ultimate Casino—only Ultimate Poker is available in Nevada—has added 25 new games from Amaya Gaming and has launched a new mobile application that has been specifically designed for iOS users.

Ultimate Poker has added new features such as hand history—that allows players to see previous hands—and a time bank that gives players more time to make decisions.

Ultimate Poker players can also color-code their opponents, view tournament re-buy and add-on displays in the lobby and access an auto bonus feature to gain, track and receive bonuses in real time.

Nevada players now have the option to deposit and cash out using an Ultimate Prepaid Debit Card previously only available in New Jersey.

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