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The campaign for the World Series of Poker (WSOP) has already begun. WSOP’s own online poker platform has kicked off online satellites to the Main Event starting at just $10.
WSOP Kicks Off 2020 Campaign with Online Satellites

Satellites to WSOP 2020 Main Event get underway on WSOP.com in both New Jersey and Nevada.


Online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey rose 1.8% in September on an annual basis. The annual increase is somewhat an encouraging sign as poker faces some stiff competition for consumers’ online gaming dollars in the state.
Is Online Poker on Hold in New Jersey?

With only one online poker network able to combine player pools across state lines, New Jersey operators and players are left to wonder when the market will be revitalized.


$210 million in the dot-com market and over €40 million in the segregated European markets was paid out across 1641 tournaments.
Fall Online Tournament Series 2019 Wrap Up: A Record $250 Million Paid Out in Prize Money in September

The biggest ever WCOOP and Good Game Series crown a record-breaking autumn.


PokerStars has scheduled NJCOOP in New Jersey with $1 million total guarantees spread over 50 events.
New Jersey Online Poker Operators Announce their Fall Series

Both PokerStars and WSOP.com will be running $1 million-guaranteed tournament series in October.


Continuing its trend of hosting an online tournament series every month, WSOP.com has announced yet another series for its New Jersey and Nevada players.
WSOP.com $300,000 Guaranteed August Turbo Series Starts Saturday

The network is also offering a companion reload bonus to attract play.


Nearly two years after Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf signed online gambling into law, authorizing online poker, online casino games, and other forms of online…
Why is Online Poker Not Live Yet in Pennsylvania?

Online slots and table games are available, but online poker is still waiting at the starting line.


Online poker operators in the state of New Jersey combined to generate $1.8 million in revenue in June.
Market Monitor: New Jersey June 2019

Online poker operators in the state of New Jersey combined to generate $1.8 million in revenue in June, down slightly (1.


Despite no guarantees set by the WSOP organizers, each of the WSOP online bracelet events ended on a high.
WSOP Online Bracelet Events Paid Out Nearly $10 Million in Prize Money: Key Facts and Charts

The $3200 buy-in High Roller online bracelet event went into the record books as the largest tournament in US regulated online poker history.


This series of articles has been designed to focus on the positive steps taken by poker operators as they aim reduce their carbon footprint at live events and…
Going Green on The Felt: How is The World Series of Poker Going Green?

In this new editorial series, pokerfuse speaks to poker operators about how they are turning their live events green.


Last month, online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey rebounded from its a low point of the year in April as all operators combined collected $1.8 million.
Market Monitor: New Jersey May 2019

Last month, online poker revenue in the state of New Jersey rebounded from its a low point of the year. In April, all…


WSOP organizers have confirmed that its Nevada player pool will continue to share liquidity with its New Jersey player pool even after the June 14 deadline.
WSOP Vows to Keep Player Pool Shared After DOJ Deadline

Operator says that all online bracelet events will be available to players in New Jersey.


Some good news coming in for poker players residing in New Jersey.
Breaking: WSOP Confirms All Online Bracelet and Online Championship Events to be Available in New Jersey

WSOP.com will continue to share player liquidity between Nevada and New Jersey following a recent US District Court ruling that dealt a blow to the DOJ’s reinterpretation of the Wire Act.


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