PokerStars Down in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and New Jersey until Monday

PokerStars in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and New Jersey went down midday on Friday and won’t be fully back until Monday at 10 a.m.

Downdetector shows that PokerStars began experiencing outages in Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania at approximately 12:30pm Friday. The site will be down until Monday morning, according to Stars. (Image: Downdetector)

The PokerStarsUSA Twitter account told players all multi-table tournaments have been canceled until Monday because of “unscheduled maintenance.” As of Saturday at 1 p.m., no cash games or tournaments were being spread.

According to Downdetector, a site that keeps track of online outages, reports that the site went down started flowing in around 12:40 p.m. Friday. The SNAFU affects PokerStars’ casinos and sportsbooks, too.

Jeffrey, currently, it is all three verticals: poker, sports, casino. You can login and manage your account, but not play.

— PokerStarsUSA (@PokerStarsUSA) February 5, 2022

Even if the techs manage to get cash games up and running soon, the blackout wipes off a full slate of “Sunday Major” tournaments in all three markets. PokerStars made the call to cancel all the weekend tournaments Friday afternoon.

🚨 MI/NU/PA players 🚨

Due to unscheduled maintenance, all MTT’s have been cancelled until Monday at 10am EST.
Our apologies for the inconvenience and thanks for your patience.

— PokerStarsUSA (@PokerStarsUSA) February 4, 2022

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