PokerStars was originally a Costa Rican company, Rational Enterprises, which was majority owned by the Israeli Scheinberg family.   The company was subsequently moved to Onchan , Isle of Man .
About PokerStars Social Responsibility We are operated by Flutter , one of the most trusted and established companies in online gaming and the company behind numerous other industry-leading gaming brands.
PokerStars is part of Flutter Entertainment Plc; a global sports betting, gaming and entertainment provider which brings together exceptional brands, products and businesses and a diverse global presence.
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PokerStars is also home to one of the largest selection of online games, including real and play money, with action running non-stop. We serve a community of millions of registered customers globally with our award-winning software, player support and dedication to security and player protection.
PokerStars origins can be traced back to the early 2000’s and since then the company has grown into one of the most highly rated online poker sites in the world. Today, PokerStars has over 50 million registered customers and an average of over 25,000 new players added to the site daily. PokerStars.com didn’t become a sensation overnight but
The Stars Group is the ultimate owner of industry leading gaming brands including PokerStars, PokerStars Casino, PokerStars Sports, FOX Bet, Full Tilt, PokerStars Championship, PokerStars Festival and MEGASTACK
PokerStars | 38.282 follower su LinkedIn. We are a business created by poker fans, for poker fans. Poker is part of our DNA and runs through the core of everything we do. Today we are one brand with three distinct flavours across poker, casino and sports.
The company was one of the driving factors in the meteoric success of its young industry, and always offered strong security measures and customer support. PokerStars had a strong reputation ten years ago, but that all began to change in late 2006 when the U.S. passed the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act.