Latest Cereus Network News
Paul Leggett, ex-COO of Ultimate Bet and Absolute Poker, to head Amaya’s online strategy, including Ongame.
Piece placed by third-party marketing firm excerpts controversial August 2012 KGC presser regarding Cereus Network claims.
Caught in their own shell game, AP founders try to reassert ownership of the defunct internet poker site.
Not challenging the indictment and a willingness to accept responsibility for his actions prompts the DOJ to stand up for former Absolute Poker vice president.
With the law behind them, victims of the UB superuser scandal look to expose those responsible for stealing millions from the online poker community.
Apparently complete with every UB account, the data was posted anonymously on poker forum 2+2 before being removed.
A “potential solution” prepared by Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet parent company would redistribute funds to US and non-US players.
After a second round of domain name seizures by the US Department of Justice, pokerfuse takes a look at the names, companies, networks and domains involved the indictments.
Full Tilt Poker sees smaller decline despite payment controversy.
Reports of workarounds are already surfacing.
SDNY confirm deal brokered while US players continue playing real-money games on the network.
Press release from the Cereus offices is “an important step to returning US player funds.” – but no word yet from the DOJ.