San Jose (PRWEB) February 15, 2008
Leading online Rakeback site This Is The Nuts (TITN) is now fully available in French as part of TITN's to provide their customers with a comfortable and easy-to-use format. French speakers around now have the ability to cash in on TITN's various bonuses without having to hire a translator.
Mike Scott, Head of Marketing at TITN, is optimistic about the move: "French is currently spoken by 350 million people around the world in over 50 different countries. TITN has been rapidly expanding since its creation and we want the site to be available to as many people as possible and in their native tongue, since nowadays it has become more and more important to tap into markets outside the USA. The reason that TITN has become so popular is because of our ongoing efforts to provide our customers with the best and most readily accessible features on the Internet."
TITN currently has exclusive promotions with fourteen online poker rooms and this number is constantly growing. Some of the rakeback offers are as high as 50% and they also include generous sign-up bonuses. TITN also has a new referral program where existing members can either earn a 2.5% commission on their referred players' rake for life, or to get a one-time $50 bonus for each referred player that rakes $500 combined on TITN's partner sites.
For novice poker players, TITN is now paying for a month long subscription at StoxPoker, free of charge, where they will have access to their poker coaching videos. You only need to rake $500 or more in one calendar month on any affiliated site and they will pay your next month's subscription fee.
For more information in French please visit http://fr.thisisthenuts.com/
This Is The Nuts (http://www.thisisthenuts.com) is a rakeback site devoted to giving online poker players the most competitive financial rewards for their play and referrals, as well as monthly promotions and freerolls. We are proud to offer 24/7 online support. TITN is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Swedish and Russian.