As the biggest beneficiary of the shared player pool pact between Nevada and New Jersey, WSOP.com is currently the largest regulated online poker site in the U.S.
While it will take some time before Pennsylvania is expected to become a part of that multi-state agreement, they are situated to take full advantage of the launch of PA online poker and become one of the biggest poker sites in Pennsylvania.
WSOP.com PA Overview
|Launch Date||Expected Fall 2019|
|Land-Based Partner||Harrah's Philadelphia|
WSOP PA Promo Code
WSOP.com has routinely offered new and existing players bonuses for signing up for a new account as well as redepositing on an existing account. Once WSOP.com is live in Pennsylvania, new players can expect to find a WSOP PA promo code available.
Land-based Poker with Harrah’s Philadelphia
Caesars Entertainment, the parent company of Caesars Interactive which runs WSOP.com, is the owner and operator of Harrah’s Philadelphia. The casino is home to the only World Series of Poker licensed poker room, a spacious 28-table room that offers a variety of 24/7 cash games and a daily tournament schedule.
Should the World Series of Poker Circuit make their way back to Pennsylvania, this would be the room where they would hold that series.
As one of the veteran companies offering online poker in the U.S., WSOP.com should be readily available on any platform upon launch.
They currently have a downloadable client for both Mac and PC as well as players can play on-the-go with mobile options on both iOS and Android devices.
The WSOP.com software, which is currently powered by 888poker, has been subject to criticism from players during its tenure however it is the same platform that has allowed players from both Nevada and New Jersey to win official WSOP gold bracelets on.
With a variety of cash games, multi-table tournaments, and Sit & Gos at low-to-mid stakes the software will provide nearly everything a player would want in an online poker platform when WSOP.com goes live.
WSOP.com has made mobile a priority, with players being able to play on their laptop or tablet while also playing in live games. No matter your operating system or device, WSOP.com is expected to have a mobile option for Pennsylvania players.
Currently, WSOP.com offers players a number of options when it comes to getting money on and off their site.
The current options for WSOP.com players in New Jersey and Nevada include PayPal, one of the easiest ways to get money on and off the site and should that service extend to PA players, it would make funding and account extremely easy.
While nothing is yet confirmed for Pennsylvania it should be expected that players will be able to deposit using PayPal as well as ACH payments, Visa/Mastercard, Neteller and possibly even cash at the cashier’s cage at Harrah’s Philadelphia.
Traditionally, it’s a little easier for players to get money onto a site thanks to the acceptance of credit cards. For withdrawals, sites do not usually return funds to credit cards so players can expect funds to available by a digital wallet (including Neteller or PayPal) as well as a paper check being sent to them by mail.
Powered by 888poker, WSOP.com has a wide variety of variants available to their players including No-Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha and Stud.