Poker Room News
First of its kind high-buyin series, where every tournament has a minimum $1000 buy-in and a six- or seven-figure guarantee.
PokerStars returns to growth thanks to launch of Stars Rewards.
Satellites to WPT’s DeepStacks Berlin event already running online.
Zynga will pay $100 million for Turkish app developer’s card games portfolio, which includes leading Gin Rummy and Spades Plus games.
While other international operators turn their back on the market, The Stars Group looks to complement its poker and casino games with a sportsbook.
With rumors of delays in the new Italy concession process, Winamax reportedly purchases Bet-at-Home’s license, unused since 2016.
Partypoker overtook 888poker for the first time in four years, but can it solidify its position as PokerStars’ primary competitor?
The company’s ambitious hybrid poker game will come to the dot-EU, dot-COM and UK clients this week.
Jason Koon joins the likes of Sam Trickett and Fedor Holz on new player council.
Company says it has acquired the software of PKR and will use it to launch its own online poker room next year.