WSOP Expands Into Pennsylvania
The WSOP has come to Pennsylvania! That’s right, the iconic poker platform that began it all in 1970 has finally come home. Following a successful field trial and permission from the PA Gaming Control Board, players can now enjoy World Series of Poker® games online for real money or free with no download required on our site at www.WSOP.com/PA.
With unique sign-up incentives, newly announced bracelet events, and weekly tournaments for Pennsylvania players, the platform is debuting with a bang this fall, and players will have the opportunity to earn a place at the world’s most prestigious poker tournament, The Main Event, in Las Vegas.
The World Series of Poker makes its spectacular entry into Pennsylvania by offering the highest value to players on their platform, returning money to players, and staging tournaments with large prize pools and affordable buy-ins. Sign-up bonuses at WSOP.com include more free play than competitors, more significant deposit match bonuses for first-time players and unique access to WSOP events and tournaments. Ty Stewart, SVP of Caesars Entertainment’s World Series of Poker, said they’re ecstatic to bring WSOP.com to Pennsylvania. He referred to the players that joined them at WSOP as true winners of the expansion.
For Pennsylvanians, the wait for online poker has ended, and WSOP.com is making it worthwhile with offers and events for poker players of all skill levels. Players must be physically located in Pennsylvania and register for an online account at WSOP.com/start to get started. On their mobile or desktop devices, players can deposit funds and begin taking advantage of exclusive deals.
Players can link their accounts to earn points for an unforgettable dining, entertainment and hospitality experience across the Caesars Entertainment enterprise. The Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack is one of those locations where players can withdraw or deposit funds at the cage.
The World Series of Poker® is the world’s largest, richest, and most renowned gaming event, with more than $3.29 billion in prize money and the coveted gold bracelet, widely regarded as the sport’s top prize.
The WSOP, which dates back to 1970 and offers tournaments in every significant poker variety, is the world’s longest-running poker tournament. In 2019, the event drew 187,298 participants from 118 nations to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, with over $293 million in prize money distributed.
Furthermore, the WSOP has formed ground-breaking alliances in broadcasting, digital media, and corporate sponsorships, all while successfully expanding the brand internationally with the introduction of WSOP Europe in 2007, WSOP Asia-Pacific in 2013, and the WSOP International Circuit Series in 2015. All WSOP events are governed by the then-current and applicable WSOP rules.