Poker Players Getting Opt-In Service From Poker Table Rating


Data-mining company's direction change related to Pokerstars action

Data mining company PokerTableRatings' (PTR) recent legal run-in with PokerStars has "forced the company to re-evaluate its place in the market" by prioritising an Opt-In service which has been in development for some time.

A statement released by the company in response to PokerStars' Lee Jones' comments outlines the planned initiative saying that: “Lee Jones recently stated that players who wish to share their results should have that right, as well as the right to privacy if they so choose. We think we can work within this stipulation.”

Therefore, PTR's latest move stems from a desire to change the perception held by an influential segment of the industry including both players and operators. Though the planned service "signals a dramatic change to PTR's operation", they are still several months away from launch.

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