The January cash game traffic peak has come and gone as seasonal trends reassert themselves.
A small decline on the week, but the seasonal traffic peak may yet be ahead.
Poker Industry PRO’s annual review of cash game traffic in 2015.
A strong performance by PokerStars kept the dot-com market in positive territory, but everywhere else traffic slipped back.
Later than hoped, but cash game traffic is finally accelerating towards year end.
Back to boom as the December promotions lift traffic at almost all major operators.
Bright spots of activity are visible at MPN and in the French market, but November was not a good month for global cash game traffic.
PokerStars & partypoker are having a poor November at the cash game tables.
The WSOP effect was visible in US markets, but failed to boost global cash game traffic.
In a reversal of last week, the dot-com market slid back while the European segregated markets accelerated.
Globally, traffic resumed its upwards march, but European segregated markets continued to drag on the overall numbers.
The road to recovery is not a straight line path. This week the market zagged rather than zigged to drop almost 2%.
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