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The Indian PokerStars segregated room has kicked off promotion to PSPC 2020. The Mega Path qualifier in India has four steps starting at micro-stakes and progresses through final step 4 MTT.
PokerStars India Joins PSPC 2020 Promotional Campaign with Mega Path Satellites

Players can either start at low stakes for a buy-in of just INR 50 ($0.70) or directly register to the final qualifier with one Platinum Pass guaranteed.


US-regulated WSOP.com has announced a new Bounty Series across New Jersey and Nevada. 16 events are scheduled over the course of the week with $100,000 guaranteed.
Knockout Tournament Obsession Continues as WSOP, Veikkaus Announce Bounty-Exclusive Series

US-regulated WSOP.com announces first-ever Bounty Series and iPoker’s Finnish-Austrian network debuts PKO weekend.


PokerStars has been approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) to offer a full array of online poker and casino games around the clock in the state of Pennsylvania.
PokerStars Fully Operational in Pennsylvania Following Successful Soft Launch

The first weekend’s MTT schedule is released and features five Sunday majors with a combined $67,500 in guaranteed prize pools.


PokerStars dealt its first real money poker hand at 2pm local time on Monday and kept open an eight-hour window.
PokerStars Puts on Bustling Two-Day Soft Launch in Pennsylvania

A full launch expected later today after hundreds of players take to the tables during two testing windows on Monday and Tuesday.


It is the greatest number of tournaments in MicroMillions' seven-year history. Most of the buy-ins range from $1.10 to $5.50.
PokerStars Low Stakes Micro Millions Series Returns for the Second Time This Year

For its 16th installment, $4.3 million is guaranteed in prize money over 147 tournaments.


Interested in What cash games and tournaments PokerStars will have in Pennsylvania? We've got you covered with our PokerStars PA FAQ.
PokerStars Pennsylvania FAQ

We have compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about PokerStars PA.


The long wait by poker enthusiasts living in the US state of Pennsylvania is finally over.
Breaking: PokerStars Goes Live in Pennsylvania

PokerStars becomes the first legal and regulated operator to launch online poker in Pennsylvania.


Get ahead of the game with advance information on the PokerStars PA launch.
Everything You Need to Know Ahead of PokerStars Launch in Pennsylvania

Here are the answers to all your questions that you may have about the launch of PokerStars in Pennsylvania.


The announcement furthers a partnership between PokerStars and UFC first inked in January. Masvidal stars in a new TV ad campaign, which will run in the UK and Canada.
PokerStars Deepens UFC Ties with New Ambassadors, Ad Campaign and Promotion

New “Octagon Chip” promo in the UK and Canada will award “once-in-a-lifetime” UFC experiences to lucky players.


Scott interviews a few Ante Up PokerCast fans aboard our Ante Up Poker Cruise. Our regular show returns next week.
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After two weeks of play, the Bounty Builder Series generated $36.2 million in prize money. Participation in the $2 million guaranteed Main Event was slightly lower in comparison with last year.
PokerStars’ 2019 Bounty Builder Series Hits the High Notes, Despite Overlays

While there was $350,000 in overlays, more than $36 million was paid out in prize money—exceeding the series guarantee by 45%.


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.


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