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Currently, players looking to play online poker in Ontario on fully licensed sites can do so on one of the six active operators in the regulated Ontario online poker market, with more rooms working towards launching their Ontario-specific offerings.
Having waited until the right moment, it did not take long for PokerStars Ontario to become the best online poker room in the province, offering its top-notch desktop software and mobile apps and much more beyond that.
But the real differential that sets WSOP Ontario apart from the rest is the ability to host online WSOP bracelet-awarding events. With the arrival of WSOP ON, players in this Canadian province now have an opportunity to compete for the coveted poker trinkets from the comfort of their homes.
partypoker Ontario and bwin both launched their skins in Ontario on April 12, offering the same interface and games as BetMGM Poker Ontario, but with partypoker and bwin branding. Similar to their shared network in New Jersey, partypoker, bwin, and BetMGM all share a player pool, creating the first online poker network in Ontario, the BetMGM Poker Ontario Network.
888poker Ontario was the first licensed operator to go live and start dealing with real money online poker in the newly regulated Ontario market. It was also the first and only operator to launch all three verticals on day one. 888 expects to build on an already strong presence in Canada by being one of the first Ontario-specific poker rooms.
The latest addition to the regulated market is WSOP Ontario. Powered by the famous GGPoker software and backed by arguably the greatest poker brand out there, WSOP ON gives players another great option. Most importantly, the operator offers bracelet-awarding online events, which makes them stand out from the rest.
The existing BC/MB/QC Canadian online poker compact serves players via government-controlled gaming monopolies in the three provinces, and none of them have any penetration by private entities. In Ontario, the existence of private companies in the market means it would not be an easy fit into a compact with no private competition.
Yes, online poker is legal and regulated in Ontario. The regulated online gambling market went live in April 2022, and players in the province have had legal options for playing real money poker online ever since. However, it is only legal to play on the sites that are licensed and regulated by the iGO.
The player can participate in games of poker throughout the game world. Poker is often used as a money-making method, but the process is a risk as you can either lose or earn considerable sums of cash. Saloons prominently feature poker tables.
In multiplayer, Poker games can be joined either by launching a game from one of the map markers or by selecting the Poker playlist from the multiplayer menu. Poker games take place in a separate game session outside of Free Roam. Cheating is not available in multiplayer poker.
Hard Rock Social Casino and Seminole Social Casino are free-to-play online apps with no real money winnings. Coins earned in-game have no real-world value and cannot be cashed in for real money; this game is for entertainment purposes only.
By Mike Stone and Liana B. Baker NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO(Reuters) - U.S. gaming holding company Caesars Acquisition Co (CAC) is in exclusive talks to sell the online games business of Caesars Interactive Entertainment Inc to a Chinese consortium that includes Giant Interactive Group Inc, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday. Caesars granted the consortium a short exclusivity period earlier this week, following an auction that also included U.S. toymaker Hasbro Inc and South Korean mobile game company Netmarble Games, the sources said. A deal with the Chinese consortium, which hinges on the negotiations being concluded successfully, could value the online games unit of Caesars Interactive Entertainment at more than $4.2 billion, the people added. The sources asked not to be identified because the matter is confidential. Caesars Interactive Entertainment declined to comment, while Giant could not be immediately reached for comment. Hasbro declined comment and Netmarble could not be reached. Giant, which develops and operates multiplayer games, was taken private in 2014 for $3 billion, by a group of buyers that included company Chairman Yuzhu Shi and private equity firm Baring Private Equity Asia Ltd. The sale of the fast growing casino-themed online games unit, which bought the company Playtika in 2011 and does not include the company's real money games or World Series of Poker, had annual revenues rise 23 percent to $766 million in 2015. It will help pump cash into a new group to be created through a merger between CAC and casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp. That potential transaction is intertwined with the $18 billion bankruptcy of Caesars Entertainment's main operating unit, Caesars Entertainment Operating Co Inc (CEOC), which is seeking creditor approval for a restructuring plan hinged on billions of dollars of cash and equity from its parent. The transaction between CAC and the Caesars Entertainment parent is part of a complex web of deals that have come under scrutiny by CEOC's creditors, who accuse the parent company of looting choice assets from its operating unit and leaving it bankrupt. Caesars has said the acquisitions were done at fair value. Given Caesars' history of asset transfers, lawyers for junior creditors have expressed concern in court over any deals that could jeopardize creditors' recoveries in the bankruptcy. While proceeds from a Caesars Interactive online games unit sale would help the bankruptcy estate, junior creditors may still object to the distribution of the funds because more money will end up in the hands of first lien banks and lenders. Junior creditors led by Appaloosa Management remain the biggest hold-outs in the CEOC bankruptcy and have said they have as much as $12 billion in claims against Caesars Entertainment and its private equity backers, Apollo Global Managementand TPG Capital LP. (Reporting by Mike Stone in New York and Liana B. Baker in San Francisco; additional reporting by Tracy Rucinski in Chicago; Editing by Bernard Orr)
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