The shared liquidity, in Europe we know! But in the United States too, this system tends to develop and to gain more and more States. The tables of WSOP Online, for example, has been uniting players located in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware for some time now.

The Michiganhe is a newcomer to the map of American states where online poker is regulated. PokerStars was the first operator to deploy its tables there early 2021WSOP Online following suit onlyone year later. Since then, the Great Lakes State has not twiddled its thumbs: in the spring of 2022, it joined the Multi State Internet Agreement and thus paved the way for a sharing of liquidities with Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware.

All that remained for the operators concerned was to overcome a few administrative and technical obstacles. And in this register, it’s PokerStars who was faster than the teams of WSOP Online and BetMGM. The room with the red spade will thus join its two pools of players from 1is January 2023promising in passing to those concerned “more choice, more tournaments and more generous guaranteed prize pools“.

We have worked closely with regulators in both states“, underlines the PokerStars US Managing Director Séverin Rasset by entrusting his hope to see soon”other states follow this great example“. A call from the foot addressed among others to the Pennsylvaniawhere PokerStars tables can also be accessed from fin 2019. With thirteen million inhabitants on the clock, the Keystone State is quite simply the sixth most populous American state. Its entry into the Multi State Internet Agreement would de facto increase the potential pool of the common market by 60%. To be continued…

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