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Feature of Club Games Gets Live On Party Poker

In an important development, party poker has announced that the feature of club games is live on its platform. This essentially means now you can set up the private games and invite your friends from across the globe to play on your table. There are many distinctive features available on the party poker, and owing to the Fun Gamification feature, tables offered by party poker are suitable for hosting friendly competitive tournaments.

Inside Details

On the private games platform, you can manage your own clubs though only cash games are allowed. The feature is available for both desktop and mobile, and in order to provide you a handsome opportunity to earn, cash back offers up to 40% is available. There is also a refer-a-friend promotional feature that can be utilized in order to earn handsome rewards.

Setting Club

Setting up a private club is not a difficult task, as all it takes is just a few clicks. The club also offers an exclusive Lobby feature, and you are allowed to create games with multiple options. However, it must be noted that the feature of the club must be set up on the desktop, although you can play the games on the mobile.

The procedure to set up a club is quite simple. Just go to Client and click on the tab of Club Games. Then you can create the club by filling the necessary details and invite friends to join your club. There is a bar on the maximum number of clubs (one can start a max of five is allowed), but there is no limit on the number of persons who can join your club.


The club features come across as a very attractive opportunity, and with the feature of initiating clubs, one not only gets the potential to earn but also avail attractive cashback opportunity. What you are waiting for, give it a try and experience the journey of fun-filled financial rewards.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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