Despite being the smallest of the big three poker networks in Asia, IDNPoker is gaining popularity. This is mainly due to its focus on the Asian market. The network was first launched in Cambodia in 2010. It has since expanded to Thailand, China, and Malaysia, and now operates over 200 skins across Asia. Its random number generator has been certified by BMM Compliance Singapore Pte Ltd.
Its website is translated into English, and its lobby offers a plethora of matches, including a wide selection of cash games and tournaments. In addition, it has implemented several payment methods, including Neteller and Skrill.
Its multi-table functionality allows for a large number of tables to be accessed at once. This functionality is not available on all networks, however.
The site also offers a wide selection of freeroll tournaments that attract beginner and casual players. These freeroll tournaments offer low-stakes games and give players the chance to win large amounts of cash on a daily basis.
The site also uses a digital device fingerprinting system, which allows it to detect and block players from participating. This is important because the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the closure of many live gaming venues across the world.
The IDNPlay network has also been active in the local market, hosting charity events and participating in local gaming conferences. It is said that the company has invested in an extensive marketing campaign.
One notable feature is the company’s white-labeled solution for skins. The site has a number of skins that include SiamPoker and 12BetPoker, and many other notable brands.