What's in a Plus Membership?

What's in a Plus Membership?

 Includes 3 Usernames

You can have up to 3 of your names with separate stats and ratings.

Compete head to head

Your plus membership gets you access to play Rated games, and compete for ratings!

Chat online

You'll have a blast chatting with new friends in the lobby and games with the Plus Membership chat feature!

Play Everywhere

You use your membership to play our games on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android phones, tablets, Android TV, Kindle, Windows and Mac!

You get more games!

Use your membership to get access to Hearts, Spades, Euchre and Backgammon!

Monthly Bonus

Get 200 tokens to spend in the Store each month. 

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