ONGAME NETWORK | ONLINE CASINO SOFTWARE
Ongame was founded back in 1999 under the name 'Ongame e-solutions' which was a subsidiary of Bwin Interactive Entertainment AG, a Vienna based software developer. Ongame has been around for more than a decade now and made an especially big splash in online gambling back in 2004 with some very innovating online poker platforms that were very successful and earned their partners a great deal of money.
Since this initial success with online poker their gaming network continued to grow up until the point where their software was being used by more than 25 million player in more than 25 different countries. They have previously held records for the most number of simultaneous players logged into their games, in excess of 45000 at the time. Ongame have done well in an increasingly competitive industry boasting a platform that covers great distances geographically and covers many time zones. Their poker network now has games going on 24/7. To date 25 different casinos use Ongame software and they have recently developed an award winning new look poker room that features all of the favorite poker variations including Omaha, 7-card stud, 5 card draw, and of course Texas hold'em. Ongame players are able to join a variety of different cash games for different stakes, can take part in a jam packed tournament schedule, and take part in new sit & go games.
The great thing about recent versions of the Ongame poker platform is that the graphical interface is customizable, so the look of the environment can be changed as well as the avatars.
Ongame is still growing after all this success it has experience in online Poker. It now serves over 25 leading poker sites which all run it's industry leading P5 poker engine. This new engine combines all the state of the art online poker features that Ongame have been developing over the last decade, including top notch customizable graphics, fully integrated back and front end and leading security features. As far as poker goes this is definitely a name to keep your eye on, and to sign up with if you are a poker buff.