GGPoker dropped a giant news bomb at the end of January 2021 by announcing a standalone poker mobile app for private games online. To take on popular poker apps like Poker Bros, Pokerrrr 2 and X-Poker, their product called ClubGG Poker is now in Beta phase for players to try it out. For industry experts, this move into the social poker app market is not such a big surprise. After all, while GG Network is popular almost everywhere in the world, there are certain countries and jurisdictions where licensed online poker isn’t going to be available for a long time. The new app is available for download in both the App Store and Google Play Store. The options of starting or joining a club is open for anyone who wishes to be among the first players to get familiar with the ClubGG Poker app.
If you’ve played on GGPoker mobile app, you will find ClubGG Poker room to run on pretty much a similar engine. We played both Texas Hold ’em and 4-card Pot-Limit Omaha during our testing of the mobile poker software. If you had to describe the app, our best bet would be social poker. The app is full of cool elements like emojis, a smooth bet slider, and a visually crisp hand history feature. We used Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone 8 as testing devices, on both of which the ClubGG Poker app was running very smoothly.
The big question on every player’s mind is when I get to play on ClubGG? As the app is in the Beta testing phase, we expect the first unions and clubs to be formed within a few months. That’s why we opened a player waitlist of ClubGG here at Beasts of Poker for those of you who want to get access to the games as soon as the action starts. Our ClubGG Poker review will be updated on a consistent basis as quickly as new information on the games becomes available.
Let’s have a quick look at the most essential features of ClubGG that have been released so far: