Victory Poker leaving Cake Network for Cereus

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Mar 25, 2011 Posted in Poker Industry News | No Comments »

According to press release issued by raketherake.com it seems the Cake Poker Network sale to PokerListings.com is causing a bit of blowback as the popular affiliate site is reporting that Victory Poker –which joined the Cake Poker Network in late 2010—will be joining the Cereus Poker Network.

The Cereus Poker Network has been a two-site operation since Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet Poker joined forces, but the addition of Victory Poker could open the doors for other skins to join the network, and allow Cereus to make a serious push to the top of the online poker market.

According to the Press Release: “In a deal that is 99% complete and yet to be announced publicly, we can exclusively reveal that Victory Poker is due to leave the Cake Network to join The Cereus Poker Network imminently,”

Although Victory Poker is relatively new in the online poker world the site has already made a number of high-profile moves including signing some 20 poker players to sponsorship deals including Antonio Esfandiari, Andrew Robl, and Paul Wasicka. Victory Poker is also fronted by their outspoken, brash, CEO Dan Fleyshman who does an excellent job of keeping the site moving forward.

Check back for more details on this emerging story that could shift the balance of power in the online poker world…

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