Online Poker Site Rewards Players With Ownership In The Company

A Scandinavian gaming site, named Tell Gaming, is offering shares or ‘ownership units’ in the company to reward regular players for their custom. Tell Gaming was founded in 2006 and since its launch has already given away 20% of the company to loyal players, as well as a share of a €30,000 dividend payment earlier this year.
As part of the latest offer, an additional 5% in the company is now up for grabs and the Marketing manager at Tell Gaming, Mr. Thomas Jonsén, commented: “We’re grateful to our players and rewarding them with a stake in our company is something we are very passionate about, and we hope to pay an ever higher dividend to our players within the next 12 months, as Tell Gaming continues its expansion.”
Management at the online casino and poker site seem to have a firm grasp on the importance of putting their players first, and offered the incentive in order to reward and maintain their loyal customer base. Tell Gaming also offers an innovative live poker academy, which presents players the opportunity to observe and learn professional techniques up close from a poker guru.
As Thomas Jonsen explains: “Players are not simply left to speculate on the value of their site, Tell Gaming is also the only gaming operator offering live poker academies. During these unique academies, players are given the opportunity to quiz their mentor, Andreas Hurtig a poker pro and math genius, on the game’s finer points while following a live cash or tournament game in real time.”
Tell Gaming can be found on Microgaming, the world’s largest independent poker network. The network has one of the highest traffic rates, and the banning of rakeback deals means many of the sites are ‘rakeback shark’ free and have many exploitable players.

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