New Online Poker Game Introduces Live Action


Aces Hangout hits the market

A software developer known for bringing the StrawberryJ.am to Twitter, Hettema and Bergsten, has announced a new project – an online poker game that brings players face to face via Google+Hangouts.

The title of the game will be Aces Hangout, and its integration with Google+’s multi person video chat allows it to introduce an authentic twist - players can watch live video feeds of the other players in Google+’s Hangouts, which makes it look more like live poker and will give players a real feel once it is released.

According to the Techcrunch publication, the new app is "definitely one of the more clever and appealing use cases for Google+’s Hangouts", but that delays in the final deveopment of the Google+Hangouts API could hold up availability

It has also been announced that the Aces Hangout app enjoys the support of online gambling giant Bwin.Party,Digital, which could boost the new app through Party Poker.

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