The two horse race would end abruptly if PokerStars is granted a New Jersey license. Notably, neither 888 nor bwin.party have the innovation capability of PokerStars. Both were late in launching fast fold poker variants, and neither has a lottery SNG game in its dot-com offering.
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The end of Ultimate Poker and Betfair’s withdrawal from the New Jersey market have left just two online poker platforms—bwin.party and 888 Holdings.

WSOP Nevada and WSOP New Jersey are both operating on 888 software, which is also the authorized software for the Delaware market. 888’s own branded New Jersey site on the AAPN network fills out the company’s US involvement.