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Pokerstars 7 Now Available as Beta in .com and .eu

By Daniel Allermand

Pokerstars announced yesterday that they have released their new Pokerstars 7 software for Beta for most markets across the globe. Players of .com, .eu and .es in Pokerstars will now have access to trying out the new platform before it is completely rolled out later this year.

In order to try the new Pokerstars 7 client, all you have to do is to click in the menu line and click on the “Try Pokerstars 7” section inside the Pokerstars client and a few seconds later it will launch. Players are even able to toggle between the Pokerstars 6 and 7 client to compare the two.

“Over the last few years, we have invested countless hours to research, design and develop this new iteration of our flagship software. We believe this release is friendlier for new players and more intuitive and powerful for our veterans” Lee Jones, Head of Poker Communications for Pokerstars said in a press release.

The Pokerstars 7 Beta version has been available for some users through Forums, while the .ES market was the first official market to be able to try out the platform. Now with the roll-out on .com and .eu, only a few regulated markets such as .dk, .be and .fr are waiting for the chance to try out the new platform, as well as Mac users who won’t gain access to it until October the earliest.

The Pokerstars 7 client comes with a brand new design, instead of earlier versions where Pokerstars build on top of the existing platform. You’ll also see a variety of new features, which includes ‘Quick Seat’, where you can be placed on a cash table or in a tournament based on the settings you do.

Other new features includes a Chip Graph feature, a Favourites tab and Live Events, which makes it a lot easier for any user to find the things they are looking for. Click here for a video from Pokerstars showing off their new Pokerstars 7 platform.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.