Partypoker was launched in 2001 by PartyGaming. It was the biggest online card room in the five years after the launch with up to 80,000 players logged in at the same time. In 2011, the poker platform and bwin merged. It is still one of the biggest online poker rooms. In 2016, Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment accepted a bid from GVC Holdings for £1.1 billion. GVC has run the site since then. GVC changed its name to Entain in 2020.
Partypoker is available in 14 different languages, but not to all jurisdictions. If you reside in one that’s now endorsed, you can’t open the site except with a VNP.
The official site is partypoker.com. However, the platform also has partypoker.fr and partypoker.it, dedicated networks for French and Italian based players.
Partypoker has a vast number of tournaments for single- and multitable tournaments with different prize levels. In 2006, it stopped being the biggest poker room because it left the US market due to the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, which took effect that year. Currently, PokerStars is the biggest online poker room.
It seems Partypoker.com does not have live chat. You can call a number to get in touch with them: 866-848-7537. The most common reasons players want to chat with Partypoker.com are:
- Service problems
- Setup service
- Change plan
- Cancel service
- Overcharge/Strange charge
There is a site partypoker.cz, which could be affiliated with Partypoker. It lists a live chat number of 00-800-7278-9109 for users in Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Korea (South), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and Venezuela, 1-877-447-2184 for players in Canada, 0011-800-7278-9109 for players in Australia, and the toll number 00 350 200 44110 for players in all other countries.