PokerStars has now completed a full year in Pennsylvania, the fourth and largest state to ever pass online gambling…
“Players can expect continued improvements to the PokerStars software, ambitious tournaments, and entertaining new promotions.”
With over two dozen promotions and more than $8 million in tournament series guarantees in its first year, PokerStars has set the bar high for online poker in the Keystone State.
Celebrating its first full year of operating in the Pennsylvania market, PokerStars PA will be running a special anniversary online tournament series.
Though online poker in PA is trailing its NJ neighbor, there are a few things that could happen soon that would inject more life into the market.
PokerStars has already paid out $580,000 across fifteen PACOOP events.
After posting more than $300,000 in overlays on opening day, WCOOP 2020 finished strong.
$1.5 million is guaranteed across 50 tournaments.
50 events will run, with all the action kicking off on September 19.
NJCOOP dates have yet to be released, but New Jersey plays can expect the famed series to take place over a similar time period.
The $300 buy-in PASCOOP Main Event ended up being Pennsylvania’s biggest online poker tournament with a total prize pool of $368k.
Generating more than $3 million in March, PokerStars PA is poised to set another record month in April.
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Bounty Builder Series from PokerStars enters its final weekend over in the markets of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
March is looking like a huge month for the WSOP online poker. The operator has scheduled a big Circuit event starting…
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After a huge first week for the inaugural Michigan Championship of Online Poker (MICOOP), PokerStars MI decided to…
Illinois state representative Bob Rita introduced a bill in February that seeks to legalize online poker and online…
PokerStars has made its return to US television with coverage of the biggest live $25,000 poker tournament in history.
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