WPN, Americas Cardroom Overtakes Ignition, Now Largest US-Facing Online Poker Network

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  • WPN hits the number 5 spot worldwide with peak 24 hour traffic at 1720
  • Network to feature biggest online tournament yet with guaranteeing over $5.5 million in total
  • Americas Cardroom's Twitch presence paying big dividends

This week, the Winning Poker Network, with marquee brand Gambling911.com-endorsed Americas Cardroom, has overtaken Ignition to become the most trafficked Internet poker network on the Web.

As of Thursday morning (March 30, 2017), Winning Poker Network ranked number 5 in overall traffic worldwide, bypassing Ignition at number 6.  It’s 24 hour peak traffic came in at 1720. 

Americas Cardroom has action packed tournaments, super fast payouts, and over 246,000 online poker hands played everyday.

By far their biggest tournament extravaganza of the year will take place from April 9th to May 7th and it´s going to be a game-changer in the online poker industry.

Americas Cardroom will be hosting 3 back-to-back-to-back tournament series guaranteeing over $5.5 million in total! That’s over $1 million more in guaranteed prize pools than our inaugural OSS Cub3d we hosted last summer!

Much of WPN and Americas Cardroom's success is being driven by its Twitch social media presence

The ACR Stormers offer a great opportunity for players to learn the tricks of the trade of each and every game. The team streams live (with a few minutes delay) every hand they play and break down their thought process as they make their decisions.

The site also offers a 100 percent cash bonus up to $1000 on all new customer deposits.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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