Americas Cardroom releases software update, gives its website a facelift

July 5, 2023
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Players can access user-friendly features on both desktop and mobile devices.

Poker site Americas Cardroom (ACR) has updated its logo and launched new software that offers improved navigation, as well as a modern look and feel for poker fans. The release also includes play-centric updates.

The company said this is the largest software development in its 22 years as a group. Since its foundation, ACR has provided a safe and friendly poker scene for players around the globe.

ACR said in a statement, “ACR believes that big poker is the best poker, so [we] want to make the experience on ACR great for all players from recreational players to professional players.”

Poker players can take advantage of additional personalization and customization features with the new upgrade. Players cans also get tournament updates and find information about current offers without being interrupted by pop-up and banner ads.

The new software has taken security measures into account as well. The update only allows players to begin one game at a time within a cash group to reduce predatory behaviors like targeting.

The ACR website has been updated to offer its visitors more user-friendly options whether they login on their desktop or mobile device. Along with links to the full platform, ACR has added new merchandise to the site.

ACR Pro Chris Moneymaker described the recent software launch as a milestone and noted that both clients and customers can potentially gain from the new updates.

He commented, "We’re thrilled to usher in the next era of online poker with the relaunch of ACR Poker and our brand-new software.

“This is our most significant update ever to both our poker client and website, which delivers a great new look and feel.”


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