PokerStars, partypoker and MPN have all released client updates in the last couple of weeks to improve MTT play as WCOOP, KO Series and UCOP get underway.
September will be one of the most important months in online poker.
Satellites to the audacious $20 million-guaranteed tournament will start September 15 and run through to December.
Tournament matches the series guarantee of last May’s KOS, and is a pip above the last Powerfest, in a bustling September calendar.
A still-impressive 15% growth in H1 indicates that the hyper-accelerated period of the last three years has come to an end.
The announcement was made ahead of the 888poker Live Sochi Main Event, which wrapped up on August 15.
$175,000 across the dot-com and dot-EU networks was seized and refunded to affected players last month.
Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Serbia, South Korea and Vietnam are among countries now barred at partypoker.
The room has deployed dozens of real name cash game tables across all the stakes following a brief departure.
Major new promotions targeting both cash games and tournaments seek to drive traffic out of the summer slump.
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Last Updated November 11, 2019Originally Published September 27, 2019