Ja Rule Launches Online Poker Room with the Action Poker Network
Ja Rule is the latest in a series of celebrities who have entered the booming online poker market. StarsOnPoker.com opened its doors with a $500,000 Freeroll, a free poker tournament with top prize of $200,000. The cardroom offers popular multiplayer poker games like Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Low, 7 Card Stud and exclusive games like Chinese Poker, Guts Poker, Panguigne, and Big 2. StarsOnPoker.com offers its full suite of poker games in free download. Players at www.starsonpoker.com can enjoy unique features like a link to recording star Ja Rule's website; a music player with Ja Rule's music, and an online store with cool merchandise from the top hip hop player in the music business.
The Action Poker Network is ranked in the top twenty poker networks worldwide and counts as its members ActionPoker.com, TigerGaming.com, Nine.com, EnglishHarbourPoker.com and many other fast-growing brands.
The network is licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, and the proprietary gaming software is independently certified by iTech Labs.
Tigergaming.com Sponsors the Canadian Texas Hold'em Charity Championship
TigerGaming.com of Action Poker Network sponsors the Canadian Charity Poker Championship: www.charitypokerchampionship.com
A national and regional Hold'em tournament, the Canadian Charity Championship started in Montreal and then expanded to Toronto in 2006. On Tuesday, May 30, 2006 regional tournaments will be held in Montreal and Toronto to determine the final top 10 players who go on to compete in the final table championship in Las Vegas. A total of 10 top finishers from the Montreal and Toronto tournaments will be awarded exceptional prizes for winning their local tournament, and then be flown to Las Vegas to compete in the final table championship for the grand prize - travel, accommodations and entry fee to the 2006 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, which all adds up to a prize package with a $15,000 value
All proceeds from the tournament will go to support various Canadian hospitals and Street Kids International.