Doyles Room Switches Poker Networks
Major online poker room DoylesRoom has announced that it’s changed its software platform to the Yatahay Poker Network, effective immediately, in an effort to better deliver “a customized poker experience to players”.
The update is already live for new and existing players to download. All current player accounts will update automatically, company reps said.
Yatahay is a small poker network started in 2001 that doesn’t say much about itself on its website. Pokerscout says their server is based in Costa Rica, and that the network has only about 100 real-money players online during pealk hours.
No problem is anticipated for affiliates. “First off, let me assure you that your players and all affiliate payments are safe. In fact, today’s announcement means that we’ll be able to bring all outstanding payments up to date,” company reps stated via a release obtained by FeltPoker.com.
The switch is being portrayed as the beginning of a new era for the site: “The move to the Yatahay Poker Network marks the start of a new direction for DoylesRoom, one that will give the online poker site further control of its Destiny,” the DoylesRoom press release stated.
“With the move to the new platform comes an array of new benefits that the DoylesRoom.com community has been asking for. Players will experience industry-leading customer support, with telephone and chat support returning to the online poker site’s suite of help options.”
“With our new software, we’re able to do our own thing in terms of promotions, software features and customer service,” Doyle Brunson said in the release. “For our players, that means a tailored poker experience with more rewarding promotions and incentives. I’m personally excited about what’s ahead.”