I received the following email from Pokerstars in my junk folder, however it seems to be legitimate...
I cannot confess to being an expert on gaming licences, however I use Pokerstars a fair bit, and would appreciate any advice as to whether I should be wary of this gaming licence change. Thanks guys!
Here goes:'The Stars Group currently holds gaming licences or related approvals from 21 jurisdictions across the globe. We work closely with multiple regulators and governments around the world to offer our products in a safe and fair manner and we focus on optimising player experience and customer service.We are now streamlining a unified operating model which works for our business in Europe, and as part of this process customers playing under our Isle of Man gaming license will be moving to play under our Maltese gaming license.Next time you log in to our platform, you may be prompted to accept the new End User Licence Agreement (EULA). Please read it carefully and, once you’re ready, just a few clicks or taps is all it will take to agree and get back to all your favorite games.Please note that by accepting the new EULA you will be contracting with a different company within our group, based in Malta and with an online gaming license issued by the Malta Gaming Authority.'