There are three online poker networks in Pennsylvania. Two are independent. The other has two skins.
Online poker is licensed through the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Casinos in the state may partner with poker sites. Money deposited at a Pennsylvania online poker room is as safe as chips held by one of the state’s casinos. Deposits are guaranteed by the licensee.
All Pennsylvania poker sites are intrastate. Only Pennsylvania players are able to give real money action on these platforms. Players in other states and countries are on different platforms. The hope is to network Pennsylvania players with other states by 2022. This requires joining interstate liquidity sharing agreements.
All Pennsylvania online poker rooms deal Texas hold’em and Omaha. There are some stud and mixed games available. Each Pennsylvania poker site has cash games and tournaments.
Pennsylvania poker sites
There are four Pennsylvania poker sites covering three networks. We have a review of each. Click the link within the paragraphs below to read more details for the online poker room.
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BetMGM is best known for its sports betting operations. It is also a poker site that shares traffic with Borgata Poker in Pennsylvania. The platform uses Partypoker software.
New players are eligible for two bonuses. There is a 100% up to $1,000 first deposit bonus. Free tournaments tickets, up to $75 are awarded based on initial deposit amount. Read the details about these and other promotions in our BetMGM Poker Pennsylvania review.
PokerStars is the busiest Pennsylvania poker site, according to GameIntel data. It is also the largest poker site in most other jurisdictions. PokerStars offers the largest cash game and tournament selection of any Pennsylvania poker site.
New players may choose between $50 in tournament tickets or up to $600 in bonus money. Read the details about these and other promotions in our PokerStars Pennsylvania review.
Borgata Poker is related to the flagship Atlantic City Casino. It shares its player pool with BetMGM Poker. The software is powered by Partypoker.
New players receive a free package worth $25 just for creating an account. There is also a 100% up to $600 first deposit bonus. Read the details about these and other promotions in our Borgata Poker Pennsylvania review.
WSOP.com is the poker site related to the World Series of Poker. The site has struggled in its operations since launching in Nevada in 2013. Its Pennsylvania launch has seen more than its fair share of problems. For these reasons, we rank WSOP.com last in Pennsylvania online poker quality.
New players receive a free $10. New deposits get an additional $50 and a 100% up to $1,000 first deposit bonus. Read more in our WSOP.com Pennsylvania review.
How to deposit at Pennsylvania poker sites
There are many ways to deposit at a Pennsylvania poker site. Credit and debit cards like Visa, Mastercard and Discover may be accepted. Ewallets like PayPal and Skrill are available as deposit options at Pennsylvania poker sites. Cash may be deposited at PayNearMe or the host casino’s cashier cage. Electronic checks and bank wires are also a common online poker deposit option for online poker in Pennsylvania.
How to withdrawal from Pennsylvania poker sites
A variety of withdrawal options are available at Pennsylvania poker sites. Common payout methods are debit card, electronic check, bank wire and ewallets like Skrill and PayPal.
Pennsylvania online poker FAQ
What is the minimum age to play at Pennsylvania poker sites?
Like Pennsylvania casinos, online poker players must be at least 21 years old.
How many Pennsylvania poker sites are there?
There are four Pennsylvania poker sites. They are PokerStars, Borgata Poker, BetMGM and WSOP.com.
Do Pennsylvania poker sites have new player bonuses?
Yes. All give new players free chips or tournament tickets when creating an account. Each site also has a first deposit bonus.
Do Pennsylvania poker sites network with other sites?
Pennsylvania poker sites are only available to players in the state. The platforms are not connected with ones in other states at this time.
Do Pennsylvania online poker rooms deal tournaments?
Yes. All Pennsylvania poker sites deal tournaments. Most are no limit hold’em. There are a few pot limit Omaha online poker tournaments, as well as an occasional mixed game or stud one.