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World Series of Poker goes live in Pennsylvania

| By Richard Mulligan
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is live in Pennsylvania for the first time after being approved by the state’s regulator.

Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) gave the green light to the brand’s poker site, which is operated by Caesars Interactive Entertainment and powered by 888 and its Poker 8 client, following a field trial.

Pennsylvania becomes the fourth state in which WSOP is operational, following Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey. It becomes the fourth operator to roll out online poker in the state, after Mount Airy (in partnership with PokerStars), Penn National’s Hollywood Casino, and Rush Street’s Rivers Casino Philadelphia.

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