If you have never heard of Intelimax Media your not the only one. They are an internet service company that focuses on online games and web content, which uses its proprietary Intel Gaming a multi player network to license white label companies providing a full service gaming solution. Today Intelimax Media announced that with their data about the business strategy they offer is now gaining credence in the global Online Gaming industry.
An article that was recently published in the New York Times suggested that there is a clear indication that Intelimax has approached the Online Poker market in the United States smartly with its “legal” subscription gaming model. One of the biggest and most recent moves in the online gaming world, which offers proof of this, is the merger between Party Gaming and Bwin. President and CEO Chaz Green stated that, “Having recently launched a legal online business model for the United States poker market, we are seeing global gaming operators repositioning themselves in anticipation that the US will legalize online poker. While online gaming companies await Congresses decision, whether to open up the US market these companies can ready themselves from the outside. Intelimax with its White Label Subscription model makes it possible for online gaming sites to start generating income and player interest, which will give them a loyal following of gamblers who will be readily available once the switch has been thrown and gambling in the US becomes legal.
Green went on to say that, he believes with all the legal changes and adjustments that still need to take place, online gaming becoming legalized will not happen before 2012 in his opinion. Therefore, by using our White Label product we can provide immediately an online poker product for new and existing poker rooms to offer their player base. Looking forward in the online gaming future in the US, poker will be a huge hit and Intelimax is helping established the poker rooms position to take full advantage when the doors open and the flood of players are set loose.By Patricia C. Senior Editor casinoplayersreport.com