PokerStars Prepares for a Widespread Return to Live Poker Festivals PokerStars Prepares for a Widespread Return to Live Poker Festivals

Online poker giant PokerStars has confirmed the return of the European Poker Tour stop in Prague. The festival retains its marquee slot just prior to Christmas, starting December 8 and spanning nearly two weeks. It comes after a one-year hiatus.

It is the first time that an EPT festival outside of Sochi returns since the very same stop in the Czech capital back in 2019.

As one of the busiest stops of the annual flagship live poker series, this also represents a positive sign for a return of the highly anticipated PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC).

“We’re so excited to welcome our community back to our live poker felt with one of our most famous and well-loved poker tours,” said Severin Rasset, Managing Director of Poker at PokerStars. “It’s been such a long time coming and we’ve been working tirelessly and monitoring the situation carefully so that no stone is unturned for a safe return to live events and a great experience for our players.”