Partypoker is licensed to operate in Nevada through a licensing deal with MGM Resorts. This legal-online poker site has not yet launched. However, it is expected to join the Nevada online poker industry in 2021.
Partypoker currently operates in New Jersey. It opened when online gaming went live in the state in November 2013. It has consistently offered a good product through its cash games and tournaments. It has operated ethically and without scandal in its seven years in the United States regulated online-poker market.
Partypoker originally served the entire United States, but left the US in 2006 due to changes in federal law. At the time, it was the largest poker site in the world in terms of cash game traffic.
Nevada players will likely join those in New Jersey on the same Partypoker platform. Other states may also be included as they approve online poker for their residents.
Partypoker new-player bonus
The first-deposit bonus for Partypoker in the US is 100% up to $1,000. It clears at a rate of 50% rakeback. This deposit bonus releases in 10 equal increments. For example, if you deposit the full $1,000, you will receive $100 in cash for every $200 in rake paid at cash games, sit-and-gos and tournaments. Players have 60 days to clear the bonus. It is likely Nevada’s Partypoker players will receive the same first-deposit bonus.
Partypoker cash games
The Partypoker software offers no-limit and fixed-limit Texas hold’em, pot-limit Omaha and seven-card stud. Most of the action is at no-limit Texas hold’em and at a few pot-limit Omaha tables.
Partypoker spreads no-limit Texas hold’em and pot-limit Omaha (PLO) tournaments and sit-and-gos. Buy-ins begin at $1 and run into the hundreds of dollars. There is a daily $109 tournament, with a $215 guaranteed tournament every Sunday. A tournament starts nearly every hour of the day.
Players may reach Partypoker support in three ways: email, live chat, and a call center. Partypoker support generally resolves player issues within 24 hours, often faster.
Partypoker deposit options
It is likely that Partypoker Nevada’s deposit options will include cash (at an MGM Resorts cage), electronic check, PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, prepaid debit card and PayNearMe.
Partypoker withdrawal options
Likely Partypoker Nevada withdrawal options will be via cash (at an MGM Resorts cage), electronic check and prepaid debit card.
Opinion of Partypoker Nevada
The site has not launched in Nevada yet, so a detailed review based on experience must wait. However, we predict that it will be superior to WSOP.com. Partypoker knows it must aggressively market to help draw players to its site. This will likely include great promotions and rakeback offers. We think Partypoker will become the number-one choice for Nevada’s online poker players due to these reasons.
Partypoker Nevada FAQ
When will Partypoker launch in Nevada?
The date is unknown. However, we think it will launch later in 2021.
In which states does Partypoker operate?
New Jersey is the only US state with Partypoker now.
How does the Partypoker first-deposit bonus work?
Players clear the Partypoker first-deposit bonus at a rate of 50% rakeback. It is released in 10 equal increments. Players have 60 days to clear the bonus.
Which casino did Partypoker partner with in Nevada?
MGM Resorts is partnered with Partypoker.
What games does Partypoker spread?
Partypoker spreads cash games, tournaments, and sit-and-gos. The games are mostly no-limit Texas hold’em and pot-limit Omaha.
How old do I need to be to play at Partypoker in Nevada?
Players must be at least 21 years of age to play on the site after it launches.