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Both online and land-based poker providers continue to embrace the medium as a means to reaching their target audiences.
Operator looks to repeat the sucess of its inaugural Sochi event in January with a bumper series including a $5 million Main Event.
Agreements in June, and software testing starting in September should lead to online poker rooms with European cross-border liquidity sharing next year.
Much like PokerStars’ app, the new Winamax Live allows event attendees to keep up-to-date with the schedule and latest updates.
European operators are hopeful that regulated online gambling will spread to Brazil while Bodog sees the immediate gray market opportunity.
New €400k online series marks a significant reduction from the regular iPOPS schedule that traditionally guarantees €1 million.
With the World Series of Poker just a month away, a host of operators are sending players to play—both officially and unofficially.
As expected, Government-commissioned report concludes that licensing of online gambling should be opened up to international operators to channel more players through regulated sites.
Changes to be announced soon will end the loyalty points store.
Hand histories won’t be saved when a player folds preflop—reducing the effectiveness of HUDs but impacting personal tracking.