Established in 2004, the Everleaf Gaming Network is licensed and regulated by the Malta Licensing and Gaming Authority. In January 2011, the Everleaf Gaming Network merged with the Universal Poker Network. Both networks ran on the same software platform with the Universal Poker Network being a non-US network that ran its games
solely in euros. This move increased player traffic significantly and also increased the European base of their players
Everleaf Gaming Network Partners
The Everleaf Gaming Network is home to almost 30 online poker rooms. Some of the Everleaf Gaming Network partners include 777 Poker Club, Gohard Poker, Raider Poker, Red Cube Poker and plenty of others.
Everleaf Gaming Network Software
The Everleaf Gaming Network is powered by the Red Planet Gaming software platform. One of the unique features of the Everleaf Gaming Network software is the quantum photon shuffling program that uses a scientific quantum-mechanical process to ensure the unpredictability of the shuffling in the games. It boasts being as hack-proof and as indestructible as a black box. The software provides separate downloads for different Windows PC operating systems, as well as separate downloads for preferred browsers, making it convenient. Players are able to customize and personalize their game when playing on the Everleaf Gaming Network. This includes personalized avatars and themes. The graphics are crisp and clear and the speed of functions is impressive, making it a positive overall experience. The software supports play in multiple languages making it more accessible to more people around the world.
The Everleaf Gaming Network offers the favorites in terms of poker games. Players can choose from Texas hold'em (in no limit, pot limit and fixed limit options), Omaha (in fixed limit and pot limit options), Omaha hi/lo (in fixed limit and pot limit options) and seven card stud (in fixed limit option). Games are offered in US dollars and euros.
The Everleaf Gaming Network has a low amount of traffic, despite having a fairly large number of skins. Its traffic did increase significantly when it merged with the Universal Poker Network (UPN) in January 2011. The traffic tends to be fishy which is a great attraction for many players. No limit hold'em games are the most popular, especially in the low stake games. Limit hold'em games are slow, as are the Omaha games. The majority of the player base is from Europe so you find that the peak times for the network are between 13:00 and 17:00 Eastern Time. There is a nice variety in terms of where players come from and this is due to their multilingual software.
Everleaf Poker Promotions and Tournaments
Each online poker room in the Everleaf Gaming Network offers its own individual promotions and it is worth keeping an eye on these to find the best promotions around. The Everleaf Gaming Network offers a good range of tournaments for players to take part in. The tournaments include monthly, weekly and daily events including guaranteed prize pool events, sit 'n go tournaments, freerolls and satellite tournaments.