ACR Poker Unveils Biggest Software Upgrade in Two Decades, Modernizing the Poker Experience

July 12, 2023
Nenad Nikolic

ACR Poker, a US-facing offshore online poker room operating on the Winning Poker Network (WPN), is gearing up for a major software upgrade - the biggest in its two-decade history. The upcoming update aims to modernize the desktop client and make it more competitive with other platforms in the industry.

The new software has undergone thorough development, taking into account valuable input from thousands of players. Owen Gaines, the Head of Product at WPN, emphasized that the result is a poker client offering the best experience in the industry, boasting a sleek and modern look and feel.

The refreshed software will introduce a visually appealing interface with improved navigation and easy access to promotions and games. Furthermore, the tournament section will see significant improvements with customizable widgets and enhanced functionality for players.

ACR Poker will sport a new logo, website, and merchandise store as part of the operator's extensive rebranding effort. Additionally, the room will undergo a name change, transitioning from America's Cardroom to ACR Poker, reflecting the growing international player traffic.

The overhaul is set to benefit ACR Poker and other skins within the WPN, as they will receive updates from their respective clients. Players can anticipate a more modern and enjoyable poker experience with these enhancements.

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