WSOP debuts online real-money poker platform in partnership with Caesars Entertainment

May 27, 2024
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Poker players in several US states can now compete on the same network.

World Series of Poker (WSOP) has collaborated with Caesars Entertainment to release an online real-money poker platform called WSOP Online. The platform connects poker players in Michigan, New Jersey and Nevada on a network that will allow them to compete across state lines.

WSOP claims that this is the first time a poker operator has pooled its liquidly across three US states.

WSOP further discussed the release in a statement, “The launch of the upgraded WSOP Online real-money poker app comes at the perfect time, as the 55th edition of the World Series of Poker will kick off on May 28 at Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas and features the largest slate of online bracelet events ever.”

As part of the launch, WSOP rebranded its domain to WSOP Online and has updated features for functionality.

Players can now access four-table capabilities on their mobile devices, as well as multi-flight re-entry tournaments. Other new features available with the update include in-app gift drops, new game derivatives, weekly tournament that involve more players and bigger promotional offers.

Caesars Digital VP of Online Poker commented on the launch by saying, “This platform upgrade is long overdue and is a big win for our players.

“The best is yet to come for WSOP Online tournaments, and we’re thrilled to bring Michigan players into the fold with Nevada and New Jersey, resulting in a better experience, more value, and the biggest prize pools of the year.”

Players can continue using the existing platform through today. Then they will need to create an account on the updated platform.


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