One-Third of The Stars Group Revenue Now Comes from Something Other than Poker

Casino growth continues to more than offset decline in online poker revenue.

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Online poker revenue in the second quarter was $202.9 million, a decline of 5.9% year-on-year. It is currently down 2.4% in the first half from $432 million to $421 million, but the company expects to make up this shortfall by the end of the year.

Revenue diversification at The Stars Group, formerly Amaya the parent company of global online poker room PokerStars, reached a significant milestone last quarter, with non-poker revenue representing one-third of the company’s total revenue for the first time.

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August 10, 2017
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