Carbon keluaran sgp Poker to Reenter American Market by August 31

Most of the Merge Network of poker sites have been open to US players for some time, but with the exception of Carbon Poker – one of the largest keluaran sgp poker sites at Merge. Earlier this year, Carbon announced a temporary leave from the American market to address customer service and cash out problems. To the delight of many players in the US, Carbon has just announced their return. Carbon will be again open to the American market at the end of August.

After Black Friday, thousands of poker players from Full Tilt Poker, the Cereus Network, and PokerStars flocked to other poker sites, including many of Merge’s properties. Though any businessman will tell you an influx of customers is beneficial, there can be a breaking point. Carbon experienced this, and found their systems overloaded and unable to handle the number of new players. As a result, they temporarily withdrew to strengthen their business to better service players in a move showing commitment to their current base, and to proper customer service of their newer customers.

The concerns initially felt by Carbon have been addressed, with the advent of their return. The return of Carbon is a welcome announcement, especially as Bodog Poker will be exiting the American scene at the end of 2011 to refocus on their global operations. Players may take notice of Carbon Poker’s offerings, which Carbon claims can generate as much as a 47% rakeback. Though far from the size of a site like PokerStars, Carbon does boast north of $50k in weekly tournament guarantees.

Carbon Poker will reenter the American market between August 20 and 31.

888 Signs with Warner Bros.

Warner Brothers Digital Distribution has signed a deal with 888 Holdings, which will lead to the development of some popularly branded games. Specifically, 888 will now be charged with the creation of slots and other pastimes involving Warner’s “Clash of the Titans” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchises.

“This exciting deal marks another milestone for 888 in our pursuit of gaming excellence,” said Yaniv Sherman, 888′s Business Development and Sales VP. “We are thrilled to be working with one of the world’s most renowned entertainment companies and will be developing and deploying the new games this year and next.”

This is just the latest example of 888 doing business with an American company. Since last year, the Gibraltar-based corporation has been involved with Caesar’s Interactive Entertainment, providing them with websites for their World Series of Poker and Harrah’s Interactive franchises. The state of Nevada officially approved this union in April, just weeks before the events of Black Friday. But, since the websites in question were not aimed at American players, they suffered no repercussions from the crackdown.

Because of this familiarity (and legal cleanliness), 888 is considered by many to be among the favorites to land one of the first American online poker licenses. If the government eventually approves poker regulation, look for them to leap into the fray immediately.

Warner Brothers, for their part, has made several similar deals in the past. Among their other collaborators are CryptoLogic and Microgaming, two of the biggest online gaming providers in the world. 888, for their part, offers services to 176 nations across the globe, with 22 different languages supported.