How to Register
To become a Player Connections International member, simply click on the Get Connected tab in the menu or click this link.
From there, you will be prompted to create a username, password and email address. We'll send you a confirmation link to the email address you provide.
Once your registration is confirmed, you can login to access to an ad-free experience at Player Connections International. In addition you will unlock access to exclusive tournaments, special offers from our partners and the ability to connect with online poker players from across the globe in the forum.
Why does 888 need my Social Security Number?
All players are required to to provide their Social Security Number according to New Jersey Gaming Regulations; this is both for security and tax purposes. American citizens that want to play real money poker and casino games cannot complete the registration without it.
Your Social Security Number will never be displayed in the 888poker software or in any email communications. The only time 888poker will ever display your Social Security Number after the registration process is to distribute IRS-issued tax forms that report your winnings for tax purposes.
The New Jersey Gaming Control Board have independently certified the processes, serves and data connections of 888poker and 888casino. 888 employes the most updated firewall, RSA, and SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology to safeguard all of your data and transactions.
Your information, from payment details to Social Security Number, is safe and secure.
Contact 888poker directly with questions supportNJ@888poker.com.
Legal Gaming in New Jersey
Only those 21 years and older located inside the State of New Jersey are permitted to engage in real money internet gambling. You can donate from anywhere in the United States but you can only play for real money when in New Jersey.
If you're planning a trip to Atlantic City, bring your laptop or mobile device to play real money Internet games from the beach, your hotel room or from a classic Rolling Chair on the Boardwalk.
For information see the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement