PokerStars VR Rebrands to Vegas Infinite, Adds New Games

Flutter has announce that PokerStars VR has rebranded to Vegas Infinite as part of a full-scale overhaul of the free-to-play social casino videogame. The relaunch includes a brand-new and bespoke 3D virtual cityscape for players to explore. Vegas Infinite features personal player suites, luxury casinos and exclusive rooftops escapes, as well as a host of new games.

Since PokerStars VR first launched in 2018, the product has experienced continual development, accelerated since Flutter’s acquisition of the brand in 2021. As part of this, the team has added blackjack, roulette, slots, craps, and the proprietary Rocket Rush to an extensive in-game portfolio, while bringing poker fans Spin & Go poker, MTTs and the flagship poker tournament series, the Metaverse Poker Tour (MPT).

The virtual destination has also grown to include personal suites and dressing rooms, a luxury casino floor in Casino One, The Gallery casino exclusive to high-rollers, and The Rooftop, a subscriber-only rooftop escape overlooking the soaring Vegas Infinite cityscape.

PokerStars VR rebrands to Vegas Infinite

James O’Reilly, PokerStars Director of VR & Innovation, said: “As we approach our fifth anniversary, it’s incredible to think how far our game has come. 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 that are home to an avid community of players. Today, we’re much more than poker and much more than VR. Vegas Infinite is where we’re taking our players next and there’s lots more in store.”

PokerStars VR Expands as Vegas Infinite

Vegas Infinite is a free-to-play social casino that does not present an opportunity to win real money. The new guise for PokerStars VR also comes with new opportunities. Vegas Infinite will soon be available on PC without VR. All players able to join together via Steam, SteamVR and Meta Quest VR. A PSVR 2 version is also available, but doesn’t yet seem to have undergone the rebranding.

Are you a fan of PokerStars VR? Will you be returning to play it’s new form, Vegas Infinite? Let us know in the comments below!