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PokerStars made history on Monday by becoming the first regulated online poker room to offer real money games in Pennsylvania.
PokerStars Brings Online Poker to Pennsylvania

More than three months after the launch of online casino games in Pennsylvania, the state finally has its first online poker room.


The  PGCB announced that PokerStars will launch their online poker product in the state of Pennsylvania on Monday.
Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Says Five Days Until PokerStars Goes Live In Pennsylvania

Both the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and PokerStars confirm that online poker will come to the state early next week.


The most anticipated launch of the year is one step closer to finally happening, and we can share some previously unknown details about the pending launch of…
Exclusive: A First Look at PokerStars Pennsylvania

A look behind the scenes reveals some previously unknown information about what is in store for players at PokerStars PA.


It seems that the wait for online poker in Pennsylvania may finally come to an end.
PokerStars on the Verge of Launching Online Poker in Pennsylvania?

Word on the street is that PokerStars could launch online poker in the Keystone State by the end of this month.


TSG gains the option to operate online gaming in nine states in which Penn owns or operates land-based casino facilities.
The Stars Group Expands US Market Access with Penn National Gaming Deal

TSG now has the potential to reach customers in up to 20 states.


The online gambling market in Pennsylvania is just days away from going live and after eight years, US players in Pennsylvania may finally be able to play…
PokerStars Expected to be Among the First Online Poker Rooms in Pennsylvania

A soft launch testing period for the Pennsylvania online gaming market is scheduled to begin on Monday July 15.


PokerStars appears all set to test out its online poker software in the state of Pennsylvania when the market opens on July 15. It received approval from the…
PokerStars in Pennsylvania

PokerStars appears all set to test out its online poker software in the state of Pennsylvania when the market opens on…


Once hailed as the second largest online poker network in the world, 888poker will certainly not miss the opportunity to launch in Pennsylvania—one of…
888 in Pennsylvania

Once hailed as the second largest online poker network in the world, 888poker will certainly not miss the opportunity…


The online poker market in the state of Pennsylvania is set to make its debut on July 15 and with less than four weeks remaining, the million dollar question…
These Online Poker Rooms are Expected to Launch in Pennsylvania on July 15

With less than a month to go until the official launch of the online poker market in Pennsylvania, we take a look at the list of online poker rooms expected to go live in mid-July.


The partnership, announced on Wednesday, concludes a search by the global online gaming giant for a US media partner that has extended more than six months.
In FOX Sports, The Stars Group Has Finally Found its US Media Partner

Media conglomerate Fox Corporation acquires stake in PokerStars’ parent company, and partnership will launch free-play and real money sports betting products under FOX Bet brand.


The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has given approval for PokerStars to offer online poker, slots and table games in conjunction with land-based…
PokerStars Gets Approval From PA Regulators To Move Forward With Online Gaming

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has given the go-ahead to PokerStars to bring its online gaming portfolio to market in conjunction with Mount Airy.


The PGCB has approved The Stars Group's interactive gaming license which will allow it to offer online poker, slots and table games.
The Stars Group Inches Closer To Launch in PA

With approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, TSG with partners Mount Airy can start readying their online gaming portfolio for launch.


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