Pokerstars have just released details of the latest addition to their prize-winning software: Home Games.
This new functionality can be accessed by anyone with a Pokerstars account and allows the manager of your “Club” to set up a private network and invite players to participate in a tournament.
The feature is still in the final stages of testing, but it’s something that Pokerstars are understandably very excited about.
“The essence of Home Games means that a player can choose to compete in ring games and tournaments, across a huge variety of poker variants allowing that player to experience the convenience, competition and fun in playing online home games with people they know,” said a Press Release earlier on today
Club Managers will be given the ability to send out a number of invitational codes via email to those players that they want to participate in their touranment. From there, they are then able to set the design of both the lobby and the table and set up a number of other easily controlled features.
Leaderboards can also be set up to track the most sucessful players and individual performance statistics will also be recorded to enable you to improve your game.
All in all, it’s a great way of organising larger games with friends without having to worry about it being gate crashed.
Home Games should catch on in a big way especially amongst online forums and groups of friends on various social networks, so it looks like Pokerstars have come up with another winning addition to their excellent software.
For more information about Home Games, check out our dedicated Pokerstars Home Games section which will talk you through setting up a poker club and have you playing with your friends in no time.
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