PokerStars parent company increases stake in CrownBet and agrees to purchase William Hill’s Australia division.
Trends revealed in the survey show gambling online via mobile devices is on the rise and gamblers are most motivated to play by advertisements seen on television.
PokerStars parent company returns to Australia via a 62% stake in CrownBet.
Spain’s Leo Margets and Portugal’s João Vieria join the ranks of the French online poker operator, as it prepares to expand into new European markets.
French operator prepares Spanish landing page as it awaits its Spanish authorization.
Company returns to impressive quarterly growth, closing out the year on a five-year high.
With another piece of the puzzle in place, PokerStars should soon be able to flip the switch and connect its segregated Portuguese poker room with the growing French-Spanish player pool.
GVC’s partypoker is reportedly planning to enter all four European markets—requiring an upgrade in Spain, a shared liquidity license in France, authorization in Portugal and a possible brand relaunch in Italy.
Following a surprise SRIJ technical approval, cross-border shared liquidity on PokerStars.PT could be just days away.
Positive words break months-long silence from the Italian regulator over its position on European shared liquidity.