March 13 2014, by Eric Danis

The Tournament Director Software To Feature Direct Data Export to The Hendon Mob


THM logoLondon, United Kingdom (March 13, 2014) – Poker tournament software leader The Tournament Director has released its latest software version. Version 3.3 includes an exciting new feature that will allow tournament directors, card rooms, poker clubs, associations and host casinos the ability to send in their tournament results to The Hendon Mob Database directly through the software. Once results are received, The Hendon Mob team will review all submitted data to ensure its accuracy.

The Tournament Director application has been downloaded by over 100,000 users, with tens of thousands of them registered customers. Tournament directors and poker-room managers from dozens of countries worldwide use The Tournament Director to run their poker tournaments.

GPI logoThanks to changes to its exclusive scoring system at the start of 2014, The Global Poker Index now assigns GPI scores to players in most open-field events, giving more poker players, from the high stake superstars to the grinding amateurs, the opportunity to be ranked on the GPI, All Players – All In.

The association with The Tournament Director will allow more players to be added to THM/GPI and is another step towards the eventual release of the GPID (Global Poker ID) that aims to become, in the next two years, a standard in the poker industry. Having results posted on THM/GPI allows for events to be seen by over 4 millions visitors on the sites, giving tons of exposure to those events.

“We hope that tournament directors find the newest feature to Version 3.3 of The Tournament Director to be very useful”, said The Hendon Mob and Global Poker Index CEO Alexandre Dreyfus. “We’re happy to be partnering with The Tournament Director and are elated that the ability to automatically send tournament results directly to THM will allow tournament directors to save some valuable time.”

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Eric Danis’ passion for poker came at a very early age but it’s when writing about and covering the game he loves that Danis is most in his element. Danis is better known for creating where he spent a few years covering poker events. Danis is also known for having worked on the poker shows Poker Eh! and The Pulse on the Quad Jacks Network.