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Former PKR Players Must Submit Claim by Feb. 28 for PokerStars Refund

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Feb/22/2018

Players affected late last year by the abrupt shutdown of PKR Poker are being advised to submit claim forms no later than February 28 (2018).  Scroll Down for More...


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PokerStars is looking to make good on their July 2017 promise to refund players who lost funds.  They purchased PKR's player database, but not the company itself. 

To receive a credit, individuals will need to have an existing PokerStars account or open a new one so that the credit can be made directly to their PokerStars account.

A recent statement from the Stars Group further urged players to claim their credit: “No player should be left unprotected and short-changed by an operator they trust. So if players do receive an email, or haven’t had the chance to log-in, we would urge that they do so before February 28. It will only take a few minutes.”

Filing a claim can be done here.

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