PokerStars Offer Tournaments in PA, N.J., Mich. and Ontario

PokerStars Offer Tournaments in PA, N.J., Mich. and Ontario
Fact Checked by Pat McLoone

PokerStars gets into the holiday spirit with its “25 Days of Tournaments” for online poker players in a few of the jurisdictions that offer legalized internet poker.

Pennsylvania online poker is one of those jurisdictions, along with Michigan, New Jersey, and the province of Ontario. The tournaments starts Dec. 5 and runs through Dec. 29. The PokerStars’ announcement said the tournaments begin at 7:30 p.m. ET, with two-stake levels of a $10 buy-in and a $50 buy-in.

There are very few iGaming states in the nation. PA online casinos are legal.

Terms apply for all bonuses. Must be 21+ to participate.  
Must be 21+ to participate. T&Cs apply.

There Is More Than Main Event

According to PokerStars, “there will . . . be side events available to play, featuring Half Price Sunday side events on Dec. 10, and High Roller Sunday events on Dec. 17.”

Like wrapped presents, there’s a surprise element to the event.

PA PokerStars explains it this way: The tournament will “feature daily chests that will unlock via challenges and a unique daily tournament revealed to players each evening at 9 p.m. ET. There will be extra prizes up for grabs where players have the opportunity to win tickets to sporting events, exclusive items from our Team Pros, and thousands in bonus tickets!”

Keep it close to PennStakes.com for iGaming updates and for PA casino bonuses.

Terms apply for all bonuses. Must be 21+ to participate.  
Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLERMust be 21+. PA only. Please Gamble Responsibly. Visit BetMGM.com for Terms and Conditions. New Customers Only. All promotions are subject to qualification and eligibility requirements. Rewards issued as non-withdrawable site credit/bonus bets unless otherwise provided in the applicable terms Rewards subject to expiry.
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