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Online poker struggles are no secret in the gaming industry. While much of the stunted growth can be blamed on segregated markets and restrictive legislation, other problems include an overall decrease in interest since the Moneymaker-spurred poker boom and an increased interest in other online games like bingo, blackjack, and slots.
Customers want fun games with stimulating animation and the chance to win life-changing money with a spin of the reels. Many want to focus on game poker online, a game that requires some study and strategy in order to do well. And those players are not interested in building a lifelong hobby, rather something they can play today with possible immediate rewards and no commitments.
This explains why so many companies like PokerStars have branched out to online casino games and sports betting sites in order to diversify and attract a wider variety of customers. Online poker is no longer enough of a profitable endeavor for most companies to focus all of their energy and resources.
Amidst the poker boom, Zynga launched Zynga Poker, an Texas Hold’em app for free-play online poker as a social internet game. It was available on Facebook and other social media sites, as well as for mobile devices, and attracted millions of users soon after its 2007 launch. By 2011, there were more than 38 million people playing the game, a number that rose to approximately 350 million by 2014 with millions logging on daily. Today, the game is offered worldwide in nearly 20 different languages.
Zynga makes money from the social poker app via game credits and extra features that users can purchase within the app. Playing the game costs nothing, but a few dollars garners extra chips and benefits.
At first glance, one might assume that real-money online poker might be more popular because of the ability for players to garner a financial profit. There is t
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