The stripped deck version of Texas Hold’em continues to surge in popularity as GGNetwork is set to add this action-packed variant to its game offering.
Starting May 17, Short Deck tournaments will become available at PokerStars in both tournaments and Sit & Go formats.
Variant continues to gain popularity as Connective Games customers add the format and PokerStars brings it to another segregated market.
South American country’s biggest province legalizes and regulates online gambling.
After recently granting just the second license for online poker in years, the regulator says more are on the cards in the near future.
Operator also announces first live stop in the country.
Representatives from France, Spain and Portugal say they are open to expansion to other countries in the EEA.
The “evolution of this new online shared ecosystem” has been a big win for all parties, the French, Spanish and Portuguese regulators confirm.
While 2018 was a banner year for online poker, a few things did not quite happen on schedule. Here’s five belated moves we expect to happen in 2019.
Q3 revenue figures from France highlight the continued (but slowing) growth of online poker.
It now becomes the fourth network to offer cross-border shared liquidity in Southern Europe.
In an exclusive interview with PRO, Juan Manuel Pastor, CEO of Aconcagua Poker’s new Spanish operation, reveals details around their European expansion plans.
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