Vera&John Casino to focus more on amateur players

Vera&John Casino is a well-known brand both United States and logo_verajohnbeyond borders, for its commitment to keep players happy.

They’ve been around for a long time and over the years have established a dedicated group of members.

Many have made the transition from amateurs to professionals, and there is no shortage of savvy poker and casino players.

Now the gambling group has announced its intention to pay more attention to the needs of recreational and casual players.

On February 9, they’ve announced in a press release that they will offer poker services to customers from Latin America. Mexico and Brazil will be the first beneficiaries of the new program, with millions of poker players expected to gain access to their services. This is just the first step and they will expand the program to include 14 other countries, so 2017 promises to be a great year.

Vera&John Casino has enjoy similar success on the other side of the Atlantic and there is no reason to expect them to be less successful here.

The obstacles erected in the way of North American players are still in place, but they are losing their strength. There’s a strong possibility that in 2018 and beyond, Americans will be able to play their favorite game from the comfort of their home.

Meanwhile, the casino and poker room tried to push his growth into overdrive and that’s why it shook hands with a Hong Kong-based consortium. This goes by the name of PaiWangLuo and the agreement will have Vera&John Casino become a part of their poker network.


Their new partners enjoy an equally strong reputation, so players who make the transition won’t feel like they make any sacrifice. There will be three different poker rooms and they share similar tables, so all those who sign up will compete against each other. Under these circumstances, it’s unlikely that players will run out of action even if they choose to login at late hours of the night.

One of the most important changes is that amateur players will benefit from access to more tournaments and events dedicated to them. The idea is to make the transition as smooth as possible and convince more players to jump on the bandwagon.

This approach has worked well so far and with the new features being added, the community of poker players is expected to grow.