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DAILY PA ONLINE POKER TRAFFIC DOWN MORE THAN 30% FROM EARLY-CORONAVIRUS PEAKS by PennBets' Eric Raskin

Starting in the second half of March, online poker play in America spiked to degrees not seen since the early days of the Moneymaker-era poker boom. From the legal sites in the four states that currently permit them, to the offshore sites on which Americans can’t legally play, to the play-money apps that make Zoom home games possible, the COVID-19 shutdowns drove isolated and bored poker players of all skill levels to the online games.

In Pennsylvania, there’s only one active regulated site, PokerStars, and the impact of coronavirus is plain to see in the operator’s revenue numbers.

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