Now Offers NETELLER (1Pay) E-Wallet for Asian Players

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Asian-focused Neteller (1-PAY) single payment solution now available at today announced it has adopted the NETELLER (1Pay) e-wallet system which is a simple and convenient deposit and withdrawal method for Asian poker players.

The NETELLER (1Pay) e-wallet account, aimed at the Chinese and Taiwanese markets, can be accessed anywhere, anytime and has simple and secure funding options. Players can withdraw and deposit in RMB and TWD and signing up for the service takes just three simple steps:

  •     Visit, click the "Join Now" button and follow the steps to sign up
  •     Securely fund your NETELLER (1Pay) account in your chosen currency
  •     Transfer your funds to instantly and for free

Additionally NETELLER (1Pay) Certified members, can make deposits via any of the 50,000 participating Net Bar counters in China - the funds are instantly credited to players NETELLER (1Pay) accounts once the deposit transaction is completed.

Paul Barnes, CEO of Devilfish Gaming Plc, said, "The NETELLER (1PAY) e-wallet account is specifically designed to target the Asian market. By having NETELLER (1PAY) on Devilfish Poker we can expand further into Asia and it indicates our intention to target this growing gaming market and developing the Devilfish brand internationally."

About Devilfish Gaming
Devilfish Gaming Plc takes its name from the well known poker professional David "Devilfish" Ulliott, who is active in promoting the business. Ulliott is one of Europe's best known and most recognised poker players and in 2007 had his most successful year ever on the poker tournament circuit leading to his winning the prestigious Card Player European Player of the Year award. The company is publicly quoted, having floated on London's PLUS market in March 2008. The company does not accept wagers from the U.S.A.

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