PokerStars Settles Kentucky Lawsuit for $300m

It’s been a long and winding road, but it finally seems that the case between PokerStars and Kentucky is finally over. Parent company of the online poker giant, Flutter, announced this week that a settlement had been reached in the

PokerStars Pays Up First Portion of Kentucky Lawsuit Payment

Kentucky is now collecting its first payment from the $1.3 billion lawsuit it won against online poker room PokerStars. The operator must pay up the first $100 million after Franklin Court Judge Thomas Wingate told the state it could move

PokerStars Fined in New Jersey for Self-Exclusion Issue

PokerStars is facing fines once again in New Jersey after a technical glitch led to a self-exclusion failure. A player that was on the self-exclusion list was able to access the brand and wager over $500,000. This was a huge

PokerStars Reportedly Pulls Out of China, Taiwan, and Macau

Online poker giant PokerStars is reportedly not offering services in Taiwan, Macau and China. Parent organization Flutter Entertainment is making a move to stop providing gaming in black markets, so PokerStars is no longer accepting players from these territories. Cutting

Online Poker Booming in the United States amidst Coronavirus Outbreak

In the United States, the online poker industry is booming, as people are stuck at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. Since mid-March, states like New Jersey, Nevada and Pennsylvania have seen a solid increase in player traffic, both in

PokerStars Co-Founder Isai Scheinberg Surrenders to Authorities in New York

Isai Scheinberg, the co-founder of online poker giant PokerStars, surrendered to government officials in New York a few days ago, after voluntarily traveling to the United States to face several charges including gambling, money laundering and bank fraud. Scheinberg has

PokerStars Hit With Huge Fine by Dutch Gambling Regulator

On Monday, Kansspelautoriteit, the Dutch gambling regulator, announced that a subsidiary of The Stars Group was fined €400,000. The fine was issued to TSG Interactive Gaming Europe Limited for offering online poker gaming to Dutch customers via a PokerStars website.

PokerStars Poker May Be Coming to Pennsylvania

Last week, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board hosted a meeting where several decisions were made. The SugarHouse Casino will now be rebranded as the Rivers Philadelphia and the first mini-casino for the state was approved. Both of these events made

PokerStars Retaliates Against Poker Pro Gordon Vayo

Poker pro Gordon Vayo decided to file a lawsuit against Rational Entertainment Enterprises Limited (REEL) in May 2018, alleging that the parent company’s PokerStars brand had stopped him from cashing out winnings from a poker tournament that took place in

PokerStars and Gordon Vayo Case May Be Dismissed

Civil litigation has been ongoing between poker pro Gordon Vayo and PokerStars, due to a tournament Vayo took part in back in May of last year. A court filing took place last week that revealed a hearing for the case

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