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PokerStars Returns More Than $100 Million to Players

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May/13/2011
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PokerStars has returned more than $100 million to players from its past US-facing operations and continues to service requests following the Company’s agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice on April 20th that allowed US customers to cash out their balances with PokerStars, the company announced today.

PokerStars operates the world’s most popular online poker site and serves the world’s largest poker community through www.pokerstars.comand other sites, which offer authentic and challenging skill-based peer-to-peer poker games and tournaments.

PokerStars is committed to delivering the highest-quality poker experience in a secure environment that players can trust and is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen in markets around the world. The company operates worldwide under license from the Isle of Man Government. PokerStars family include PokerStars.fr, which operates in France under the French government license, as well as PokerStars.it, which operates in Italy under the Italian government license, and PokerStars.ee, which operates in Estonia under the Estonian government license. PokerStars has also applied for an online poker license in every jurisdiction that offers such regulations.

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