Zynga set to launch online gaming Wednesday

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Social gaming company Zynga will debut their first ever online gaming, poker, and casino sites Wednesday, April 3rd. This is good news if you're over 18 years old and a UK resident, and if you're a fan of social gaming who is excited about what the future holds. The gaming sites have been branded as ZyngaPlusPoker and ZyngaPlusCasino.

Zynga is collaborating with one of the world's premier online sportsbook companies bwin.party. Zwin reached their agreement with bwin.party (which operates Bwin Sportsbook) in October of 2012.

The poker and casino sites will be accessible in both web-based and downloadable versions. The Zynga poker room is said to offer a wide array of table stakes for various buy-ins, including tournaments and ring games. The poker site will also share liquidity with the player pool at Bwin, according to GamingIntelligence.

ZyngaPlusCasino will offer more than 160 slot games. The classics such as video poker, table games, and even FarmVille, will be ready for the initial launch.

This is just the beginning for us,Zynga CEO Barry Cottle

Zynga CEO Barry Cottle had the following to say. "Our long term vision is to offer our players the next generation of real money games on multiple platforms in regulated markets worldwide. We take responsible gaming seriously and are proud to partner with bwin.party, an industry leader and a reputable company that is fully licensed by a premier regulatory authority," stated Cottle.

"This is just the beginning for us and we're looking forward to seeing what our UK players think about ZyngaPlusPoker and ZyngaPlusCasino, and creating the most valuable casino games and social experiences for them."

The company has plans to roll out mobile versions of its games as well as Facebook editions before the close of 2013.

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