Breakout Gaming Eyes Top Spot with BRO Coin and New Gambling Platform

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Bitcoin casino enthusiasts now have an alternative means for anonymous and convenient betting as the latest addition to the cryptocurrency gambling arena is set to unveil a new kind of online gambling experience.

Breakout Gaming will change the landscape of the online gambling market that runs on the digital currencies. Instead of using Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and any other existing cryptocoins, it will introduce its very own cryptocurrency called the Breakout Coin or simply the BRO coin, which is designed to have an exclusive and dedicated ecosystem.

The new gambling platform will automatically convert BTC to BRO, and this process will happen internally though its in-house, web-based exchange that uses a cold storage solution for high-level protection.

“We are going to shake up the gaming community with the world’s first cryptocurrency that has a dedicated ecosystem for its coins,”

said multi-titled WSOP champion Johnny Chan, who backs Breakout Gaming together with an all-star team of sponsored professional poker players.

He added, “We felt there was an untouched niche for digital currency enthusiasts to play digital games such as Poker, Blackjack, and Fantasy Sports, all while investing in the long-term opportunity of Breakout being the next go-to gaming destination.”

Cryptocurrency BreakoutBreakout Gaming will feature the all-time favorite Bitcoin poker games on its platform, including No Limit Texas Hold’em and Open Face Chinese Poker. It will also host 88 other games in its casino, alongside the Fantasy sports betting platform that is designed specifically for this website.

Although this innovative brand will function like how a typical Bitcoin casino operates, it will be properly licensed and launched in legal-to-play markets only, hampering the potential for all gambling aficionados across the globe to experience betting with BRO.

Meanwhile, the initial offering of the BRO coins will run from Oct. 4 through 18, according to reports, while the upcoming launch of the Breakout Gaming platform receives much hype on social networking sites and forums.