Ladbrokes Make the Move to partypoker Platform

Ladbrokes Poker players have joined the partypoker global player pool after the iPoker skin formally joined its old partner Coral on the bwin.party network under the GVC Holdings banner.

By: Andrew Burnett


The migration to the partypoker playerpool took place on Tuesday and went relatively smoothly according to players on various forums, having been officially informed the previous evening about the impending move.

The lobby for the new arrivals still sees the same red-and-white-branded Ladbrokes colour scheme, although players will have to get used to the now-traditional partypoker look and layout of the tables.

Ladbrokes Poker has been around since 2004 when it launched on the Microgaming Poker Network, although Ladbrokes as a company has a much longer history stretching back well over a century.

The poker room moved to the iPoker network in 2013, where it stayed until this week – a long transition period from when GVC Holdings bought Ladbrokes Coral in 2018.

Coral Poker made the same shift back in January from the iPoker network, and with a huge number of sites moving homes this year, the bwin.party global network now has four skins, with bwin and the main partypoker site along with the two new 2020 arrivals.

There are also Danish skin DanskeSpil and Greece’s Sportingbet and Vistabet on the network as ring-fenced sites using the same party software.

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