First tournament series on PokerStars Michigan continues to reach new highs.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars in guarantees still up for grabs over on PokerStars NJ and PA.
While the web client still remains, the apps are gone and the brand all but sunset—pokerfuse takes a look back at the trend-setting yet deeply-troubled online poker room.
With its “share of the online poker market reduced in recent years,” new owner will continue its investment into PokerStars marketing, promotions and product.
Over $18 million in guaranteed prize money spread across two back-to-back tournament series.
After doubling weekend guarantees in response to huge turnouts, PokerStars’ first online poker series in Michigan continues to shine.
The operator was the first to move all its events online in 2020 as a first response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coverage of the biggest live $25,000 buy-in tournament to run nationally on Fox’s FS1.
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The first ever tournament series in the regulated online poker market in Michigan has been a roaring success—and PokerStars MI is raising guarantees.
PokerStars.IT expands its tournament offerings with an Omaha edition of Showtime—a format that has never been tested in the dot-com market.
Operator cuts CAP games, heads up formats and niche SNG tournaments.
PokerStars MI is not settling down with the guarantees originally set as the operator once again bumps up the prize…
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…
Two weeks ago, pokerfuse exclusively reported that the Full Tilt client would be sunset. Last Thursday, the desktop and…
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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