Connective Games has announced it has extended its partnership with Spartan Poker to help power Blitz Poker, the new poker brand launched in conjunction with Dan Bilzerian, the American celebrity and social media star.
Blitz Poker will use Connective Game's cutting-edge online and mobile technology to deliver the best possible poker experience to players in India, offering a wide range of poker variants like Texas Hold'Em and Omaha.
With play tailored for mobile, players will be able to switch seamlessly between portrait and landscape mode, enjoy a fully optimised mobile display including thumb play, and the ability to multi-table.
Connective Games argues its technology provides a secure and stable platform for Blitz Poker players with incredible liquidity, tournament play, loyalty scheme and player protections so users can play with confidence.
The Blitz Poker partnership builds on the existing relationship between Connective Games and Spartan Poker, which has seen the former provide its technologies and services to the latter for more than five years now.
Commenting on the announcement, Serge Mukhanov, Connective Games CEO, said: "We are delighted that Spartan Poker has extended its relationship with us to power its latest poker brand, Blitzpoker. With Dan Bilzerian as ambassador, the brand will quickly gain popularity in India.
"Of course, those that do sign up to and play at Blitzpoker will enjoy the same best-in-class poker experience found at big name brands such as Spartan Poker, including our award-wining mobile poker offering which is in a class of its own."
Dan Bilzerian added: "India continues to be one of the fastest growing markets when it comes to online gaming and online skill games.
"India has shown a lot of promise that has given me the confidence to throw in my chips as well. We are bringing in Blitzpoker to India with a ton of features that will help us create a unique experience for the online poker players in India and make the game even more exciting.
"Blitzpoker offers a unique playing experience to its players and helps make it a lot more exciting. I'm looking forward to seeing how the Indian poker players receive our offering."
FTR Poker, which was rebranded as Blitz Poker last week, was acquired by Spartan Poker back in May 2018.