PokerStars Not Ready to Exit Australia Market Yet Despite New Prohibition

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Apr/04/2017

The introduction of new online gambling prohibition in Australia hasn’t quite deterred the world’s largest real money poker site.

PokerStars will continue to operate in Australia….but this probably won’t last long.

The House postponed a vote on the bill to ban Internet gambling and PokerStars appears to be taking advantage of the remaining few weeks they can continue to operate.  Most experts believe the implementation of new Web gambling regulations is inevitable.

The House reconvenes in May.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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