partypoker players to change their screen name this week 13 May

For the second time, players at partypoker will be prompted to change their screen name when they log in from today. It is a part of the commitment to keeping the game fair for all players and the change will be made just in time for the WPT Online Series.

Tracking and table selection software is banned at partypoker. By changing screen names it renders any previous hand histories or statistics another player might hold on you useless.
The first time partypoker asked their players to change their aliases was back in June 2019. The use of HUDs (heads-up displays) were banned, improvements were made to the MyGame tool to help players review their play and partypoker made a heavy investment in its game integrity as part of a series of software updates to improve the playing experience.
Vadim Soloveychik, partypoker Director, said: “At partypoker, we remain committed to our promise to keep the game fair and safe for all our players and asking players to change their aliases is one of the important measures that will help us do this.
“I also want to thank all the players who proactively report the new players’ tracking and game aid tools that appear on the market every now and then to our Game Integrity Team. Your proactive support means a lot to us and shows that we are doing the right thing.”

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