3rd of April 2011 Author: Ava Jackuard
David Webb's site attracts a lot of interest
It seems like a new business model to get around US legal hassles has been found - it's the poker subscription club sector, which recently got a new member - David 'chiangsman' Webb's Nevada-based GRRRinders.com operation. The new business is said to attract a lot of player interest, and it has become very popular only two months after its launch in January 2011.
The site is powered by a no-download app that features flexibility and expansion potential into other deliver channels, and that allows its members to compete for cash prizes in free members-only tournaments. The membership fee for the club is $25 a month. Judging by the number of tournaments and prizes, the company does financially well, and one of its major traits is speedy and responsible customer support and management.
In terms of legality of such a business model, the trick seems to be that it is impervious to enforcement actions in the United States, since no direct gambling takes place there.
The competition in the sector is rather stiff, and apart from Webb's company faces, there are also big firms such as ClubWPT, TripleJack and Pureplay.
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