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The state of New Jersey announced earlier this month that it has reached an agreement to share online gaming liquidity…
Partypoker overtook 888poker for the first time in four years, but can it solidify its position as PokerStars’ primary competitor?
PokerStars’ WCOOP, partypoker’s Powerfest and 888’s XL Eclipse Series all finish on a high with all Main Events covering their guarantees.
Net gaming revenue, first time deposits and total deposits in GVC’s resurgent poker vertical all grow by at least a third.
A second wave of approvals sees the top online poker operators with Android apps now available in the store.
As PokerStars plays coy with its WCOOP schedule, partypoker grabs the headlines with its largest ever tournament series.
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.