It was an unpredictable year, but PRO got more hits than misses in our 2020 predictions.
An exclusive interview to understand the first ever Swiss-regulated online poker room launch.
Norway, Poland and Montenegro among market exits, but Canada, Mexico, Brazil and others are “regulating” and get reprieve.
First online poker room on the market goes live, 18 months since the blackout, with an iPoker skin that connects to international dot-com liquidity.
Nearly 10 years after Black Friday changed online poker in the US forever, the case is finally closed.
A “deep pipeline of new product launches and marketing plans” will help the poker business in 2020 and into 2021, it was stated.
Our predictions in online poker this year.
The network withdraws from a dozen European markets, but will seek licensing in more countries.
As all four casinos go live, PokerStars patiently waits to launch online poker and Swiss Casinos may be planning an iPoker skin.
One of the four casinos approved for online gambling in Switzerland has partnered with TSG for online poker, PRO understands.
Operator forced to take all games offline as it still hopes to be among the first to enter the newly regulated market.
As of today, the ESBK and Comlot can require ISPs to DNS-block offshore-licensed online gambling sites, though neither has yet published its blacklist.
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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