World Series of Poker website goes online in Pennsylvania

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is officially live online in Pennsylvania following a successful field trial and approval from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, opening up its poker platform to players in the Keystone State for the first time.

The platform is launching with special sign-up promotions for Pennsylvania players, including newly announced bracelet events and weekly tournaments, as well as daily satellites with buy-ins as low as $1 that give players a chance to win a seat at The Main Event poker tournament in Las Vegas this fall.

WSOP aims to provide poker players in the Keystone State with the most value on its platform, putting money back into players’ pockets, and hosting tournaments with huge prize pools and low buy-ins. Sign-ups to the platform come with more free play than market competitors, higher deposit matches for first-timers, and exclusive access to official WSOP events and tournaments.

Ty Stewart, SVP of the World Series of Poker at Caesars Entertainment, commented: “We are thrilled to be opening up to the state of Pennsylvania. The real winners in this expansion are the players who join us at

“Our team is laser-focused on providing the most value to poker players in the state and are confident in the potential of our online poker product. With our industry-best sign-up promotions and the special bracelet series catered specifically to players in Pennsylvania, we welcome all players, from the casuals to the professionals and everyone in between.”

Players must be physically located in Pennsylvania and register for an online account by visiting They can deposit funds and begin taking advantage of special promotions on their mobile or desktop devices.

Once signed up, players can link to their Caesars Rewards account, where every hand played earns points toward dining, entertainment, and hospitality experiences across the Caesars Entertainment enterprise including Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack, where players can visit the property to withdraw and deposit funds at the cage.

Pennsylvania joins Nevada and New Jersey as states where online poker operates.