PokerStars EU launched in 2012. It is available to players around the clock and holds a Malta Lotteries & Gaming Commission license for the European Union market. PokerStars EU combines the player-bases of Portugal, France, and Spain to offer a European mega-site. This means more traffic, more tournaments and more prizes.
This website is operated by TSG Interactive Gaming Europe Limited, a company registered in Malta under No. C54266, with registered office at Villa Seminia, 8, Sir Temi Zammit Avenue, Ta’ Xbiex, XBX 1011, Malta.
If you are traveling to countries with local online gaming regulations, at all times you will need to follow the requirements of the region (e.g. verification process, account validation, etc). If you’re moving abroad permanently, let us know via our software, mobile app, or website.
A pop-up screen will prompt you to withdraw your account balance (including the cash value of any T-Money or Tournament Tickets you may have, if applicable). Click ‘Withdraw’ and then select from the available withdrawal options. If you click ‘Close’ you will still be able to initiate a withdrawal by clicking the ‘Withdraw’ button ...
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Over a few months I took note of all the different flags of countries on the main pokerstars server (real money). I counted 156 different flags and the breakdown by continent as follows: Europe 45
This website is operated by TSG Interactive Gaming Europe Limited, a company registered in Malta under No. C54266, with registered office at Villa Seminia, 8, Sir Temi Zammit Avenue, Ta’ Xbiex, XBX 1011, Malta. License No. MGA/B2C/213/2011, awarded on August 1, 2018.
Play Pokerstars in two different countries (EU) Question I was looking for the actual answer to the quesiton if you can play on Pokerstars from two different countries, as I travel between the UK and Norway quite often, and didn't find a good answer anywhere (including their FAQ) so I emailed them.