What is Vegas Infinite by PokerStars VR?


PokerStars VR, owned by Flutter, has recently rebranded its well-known VR game with a thrilling new name – Vegas Infinite. Continue reading more below to learn everything about the new Vegas Infinite VR by PokerStars.vr meta

PokerStars VR History

PokerStars VR was originally launched in 2018 as a part of The Stars Group, and the game captivated users with virtual reality poker tables where players could engage, converse, and throw virtual chips at each other.

In May 2020, Flutter Entertainment acquired The Stars Group, which also meant inheriting the phenomenal PokerStars VR.

Fast forward to 2024, and the game has now expanded beyond the poker world and increased the need for a virtual entertainment. 

James O’Reilly, the PokerStars Director of VR & Innovation, shared his enthusiasm about the journey. He recalled, “From a cutting-edge experiment in applying virtual reality to the poker table, we’ve grown to become a living entertainment destination with a full suite of games and experiences played in otherworldly environments.”

And, as he added, “Today, we’re much more than poker and much more than VR.”

Vegas Infinite Goes Beyond Poker

Poker lovers don’t need to worry. You can still enjoy Spin & Go, Multi-Table Tournaments (MTTs), and the highly-awaited Metaverse Poker Tour (MPT).

However, with its relaunch, Vegas Infinite isn’t just about poker. This vibrant VR platform offers a wide selection of casino games, including:

  • Blackjack: Try your hand against the virtual dealer.
  • Roulette: Spin the wheel and let fate decide.
  • Slots: Experience the thrill of jackpots in a whole new virtual setting.
  • Craps: Dive into this classic dice game.
  • Rocket Rush: A proprietary title that promises an adrenaline rush.

But being in VR, it’s not just about the game itself – it’s also about your environment.

Flutter has now crafted an impeccable 3D virtual city setting for Vegas Infinite. Users can walk through a full-fledged casino floor, enjoy the panoramic views of the crafted cityscape from the rooftop areas, or simply relax in their personal suites.

And for those who don’t own a VR headset, the good news is that Flutter plans to release Vegas Infinite on PC too!


The Vegas Infinite Benefits for Players

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As Vegas Infinite takes off, what does it mean for the loyal players of PokerStars VR? The transition promises to be smooth:

  • Seamless Switch: If you’ve downloaded PokerStars VR, the switch to Vegas Infinite will be automatic.
  • Your Game Stats: Whether it’s your stash of items, Chips or Creds balance, or your avatar, everything remains as you left them. Plus, you might find a few pleasant surprises!
  • MTT Lovers: The Metaverse Poker Tour (MPT) will continue, with even more thrilling developments in the pipeline.

The new game is already available in the App Store for your VR headset. If you want to stay updated on the latest news in the gambling industry, make sure to follow OnlineGamblers.com!

It’s now called Vegas Infinite.

It was launched in 2018 as part of The Stars Group.

Flutter Entertainment acquired The Stars Group in May 2020.

Vegas Infinite offers Blackjack, Roulette, Slots, Craps, and the proprietary game, Rocket Rush.

It offers an impeccable 3D virtual city setting, complete with a casino floor, rooftop areas, and personal suites.

Yes, Flutter plans to release Vegas Infinite on PC.

All your stats, items, Chips, Creds balance, and avatar will remain as you left them.

Yes, the MPT will continue and there are exciting developments planned.

Catie Di Stefano has worked in the gambling industry since 2011 for major brands like Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Gaming Innovation Group and Betsson Group. She started in customer support at age 19 and has since worked her way through VIP, CRM and Marketing. Today, Catie is passionate about educating players on consumer rights and the best approaches for legal play in the United States as the Director of Community Marketing at OnlineGamblers.com. Catie was born in Indonesia but grew up in Sweden. Currently, she resides in Spain with her two daughters.

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