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This series of articles has been designed to focus on the positive steps taken by poker operators as they aim reduce their carbon footprint at live events and…
Going Green on The Felt: How is The World Series of Poker Going Green?

In this new editorial series, pokerfuse speaks to poker operators about how they are turning their live events green.


For those of us not jumping on a plane to Las Vegas to celebrate the 50th World Series of Poker (WSOP), the televised coverage of the event will have to do.
World Series of Poker 2019 Broadcast Schedule Released

Poker Central and ESPN will both be covering the 50th WSOP with coverage of the Main Event kicking off on July 3.


Online poker will once again be a prominent feature of the World Series of Poker this summer in Las Vegas when the iconic poker series celebrates its 50th…
Online Poker Bracelet Events Still to Be Added to the 2019 World Series of Poker Schedule

The number of online bracelet events will increase, but whether or not play from New Jersey will be allowed remains an open question.


The World Series of Poker online poker brand looks set to enter the Pennsylvania market thanks to its parent company Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE)...
See What WSOP.com Has Planned for Online Poker in Pennsylvania

Harrah’s Casino Philadelphia, powered by Caesars Interactive Entertainment is set the bring the World Series of Poker online brand to Pennsylvania.


The All-American Poker Network (AAPN) operating under the Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE) license recorded its third consecutive month of year-over-year…
WSOP.com and 888 Hold Their Lead in the New Jersey Online Poker Market

Online casinos set another record and sports betting figures from the first full month.


Online poker rooms in New Jersey operating under the Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE) license recorded their second consecutive month of generating the…
Shared Liquidity Continues to Benefit Caesars Online Poker in New Jersey

Online poker in New Jersey records its first year-on-year growth in 16 months.


WSOP.com and 888poker are bringing their shared online poker network to the New Jersey market. Slated to go live on May 1, the single player pool will include…
US Shared Liquidity Slated to Go Live in New Jersey on May 1

WSOP.com and 888poker look to expand their online poker network beyond Delaware and Nevada to New Jersey next month.


Recently, Spain’s oldest football club, Sevilla FC, announced a new sponsorship deal with social gaming company Playtika, owner of the immensely popular World…
Why Playtika Sponsoring Sevilla FC is a Big Deal

Social poker hits the big leagues with PlayWSOP.com to be emblazoned on the shirts of Seville’s top-flight football team.


Spain’s oldest football club announced a new sponsorship deal with social gaming company Playtika This new sponsorship deal signifies the coming of age of social poker products.
Why Playtika Sponsoring Sevilla FC is a Big Deal

Social poker hits the big leagues with PlayWSOP.com to be emblazoned on the shirts of Seville’s top-flight football team.


In conjunction with Group Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer and Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Guy Laliberté and One Drop are putting on the world’s highest buy-in poker tournament in history.
The Zeitgeist

The One Drop Invitational, WSOP rules and the Amaya/Will Hill merger.


Back in July, One Drop founder Guy Laliberté announced that the Big One for One Drop was returning, this time with a €1 million buy-in making it one of the…
35 Players Confirmed for the €1m Buy-In, Invite-Only, Monte Carlo Big One for One Drop

Though professional poker players are not allowed to play, they will be allowed to act as coaches during the event.


Caesars unloads Palytika, moves closer to an agreement with its junior bondholders. GVC has announced a plan to refinance the debt it incurred when it purchased bwin.party back in February.
Industry Insight

Caesars sells Playtika for $4.4 billion, GVC restructures debt, MGM closes on Borgata and more.


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