The big question for the gaming industry is: will poker get the same treatment as other big sports?
The answer to that question will be decided by a panel of poker pros and regulators, which will include top industry players, poker players and the Australian Government.
The Australian Government has backed a new industry body called the Australian Poker Professionals and has proposed a number of changes to the way Australian players can access online poker.
Among the proposed changes is that poker players will be able to access the game via the Internet poker service, instead of through a pay-per-view or pay-to-play option, which is the current standard.
The new service would offer players the same access to the game they have now, but with additional features and features.
The changes are expected to make poker accessible to an even broader group of Australians than those who have already played online poker, which has now reached more than 5.6 million Australians.
The Government also wants to make the game more appealing for young people.
According to the ABC, the Government wants to “improve” the games experience for young players by providing them with more interactive features, such as betting options, a “lifestyle” option and “fitness” options.
The new poker services would be launched in phases over a year, with the first to come online in 2018.
“We want to ensure that we provide a compelling online poker experience that’s appealing to a younger audience,” the Government said in a statement.
“The industry has a great deal of work ahead of it and we’ll be working with our industry partners to ensure the best possible online poker experiences for Australian gamers.”
It is not clear when the new services will go live, but it is believed that they will come online within the next few months.
The announcement has attracted criticism from some of the poker pros, who argue that poker is not worth the risk.
“The big question is whether poker will become as mainstream as football and basketball, and whether or not it will be as popular as other sports like basketball,” poker player and former Premier Mike Baird told ABC News.
“I think the answer to this is, ‘no’.”