PokerStars launches first-ever poker site in Pennsylvania; plus online casino

This week, FOX Bet announced the launch of PokerStars and PokerStars Casino in Pennsylvania. The largest online poker site in the world is now the first to launch poker gaming in the state. Players in PA and New Jersey now have access to poker, casino and sports betting from the brand.

PokerStars Gaming:

Poker fans in PA now have access to popular games, tournaments and promotion events via the site. Players will find the site offers cash games and quality tournaments, including major guaranteed events.

For celebration of the launch, players have access to a Daily $1,000 welcome freeroll, from the 7th to the 16th. On the 17th the site will be providing a $20,000 welcome freeroll.

According to a recent press release…

FOX Bet President, Matt Primeaux, commented on the online poker launch by stating: “We’re excited to launch PokerStars as the first and currently the only online poker option available to players in Pennsylvania. Including today’s launch of our highly rated casino product, which is now available in the FOX Bet and PokerStars apps, we’re proud to say we’re currently the only online provider offering all three forms of regulated gaming in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”

Online Casino Gaming:

Along with online poker, PokerStars is also providing casino games in Pennsylvania. Tons of in-house developed slot games along with top titles from the best studios in the business are available. Players will also have access to card games, table games and live casino.

Players can access both the poker site and casino on desktop or mobile device. Android and iOS devices offer an app download for gameplay.

The launch of online poker and casino gaming in the state comes just over one month from the time when PokerStars announced an all-share deal with Paddy Power Betfair. With the new deal, the largest online betting and gambling company by revenue in the world, will be created. The new entity is set to take advantage of the gambling markets in the US.

PokerStars launches first-ever poker site in Pennsylvania; plus online casino