Cubeia enters Indian market
14 October 2013 (Stockholm, Sweden) – Software development company Cubeia is set to unveil a brand new real-money poker network in India in collaboration with local partner Mirch Entertainment. The network is based upon the open source platform Cubeia Poker and is one the first pure-HTML5 poker clients to land on the largely untapped and exciting Indian market.
The fully responsive and flexible HTML5 poker client runs on any computer and most mobile devices, as well as on all major browsers and on all operating systems.
On top of this, Cubeia Network will conveniently and seamlessly integrate with payment providers in the South Asian country. The first operator expected to go live, some time in Q4 of 2013, is Thrill Poker.
Lars J. Nilsson, Executive Vice President of Stockholm-based Cubeia, said he was thrilled to be launching in the second most populous country on earth. [i"[/i]Cubeia is extremely pleased to enter the Indian market as a poker operator. It is an exciting new market with huge potential and I believe our HTML5 solution is perfectly placed to capture the growing interest in poker.”
Notes for Editors:
Cubeia Ltd is a software company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Cubeia provides scalable, high availability systems and services based on its long experience in the gambling and Internet application industry.
Firebase, Cubeia’s main product, is a server platform for developing and running multiplayer online games. It scales from small installations to extremely large. It is built to stand up to hard traffic and can be used for almost any type of game.
Firebase is a game server designed to run on anything from a single laptop to large enterprise clusters. A single instance can manage several thousand players and even a small cluster installation can handle massive amounts of traffic. It is dual-licensed, one version for the development community under an open source license, and one version with enterprise features under a proprietary license.
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