Jackpot Poker was launched by PokerStars, the largest online poker site, and is currently available on Steam.
This new title already has mixed reviews, while PokerStars overcame several obstacles in making its casino games and poker titles available free to players who spend their time playing on Steam.
In January 2017, the platform recorded a record 14.2 million simultaneous users, and at the same time it has a total of 125 million active users, making it the ideal place to play poker.
The game was made available on Steam on March 20 and currently has 57 ratings, for a score of 6 out of 10. Among those who have commented, some have emphasized that the gameplay offered by the function Tactile is not as interesting as the one proposed when playing with a mouse and a keyboard. With mixed reviews aside, PokerStars Jackpot Poker is free and offers an excellent experience. PokerStars Casino offers a myriad of branded games, including Jackpot Poker, Omaha with Limits of Pot, Hold’em without limits as well as online slot machines.
Jackpot Poker is not the first poker game on Steam
The new Jackpot Poker game is not the first poker title available on Steam. It actually followed Poker Night 2 which was launched in 2013. Telltale’s Poker received 3,822 reviews and a score of 9 out of 10. There was also a history themed game named Prominence Poker designed with Using Max Pescatori, and which was rated 7 out of 10 by 1,121 users. Full Tilt was the first poker room to incorporate Steam, but users implied it lacked realism.
PokerStars is a popular online betting platform that organizes multiplayer tournaments and offers other great deals. Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars are managed and owned by Rational Entertainment Enterprises. New players who sign up for PokerStars Casino will be able to enjoy a variety of welcome offers as well as generous loyalty points that they can exchange for real money or other items offered in the VIP Store. The mobile casino is optimized for Android, iPhone and iPad. The mobile poker application provides access to games and tournaments, and support is available in both English and French.