Amaya, Betsson, Paysafe and more in this week’s round-up of industry igaming news.
Cyber attack in 2011-2012 exposed “limited account details” of millions of NETELLER and Skrill customer accounts.
Daily fantasy sports ruling expected, players boycott PokerStars and new details of NETELLER and Skrill data breach.
GVC outbids 888 for bwin.party, Paypal comes to regulated online poker, Amaya enters the DFS market and more.
Amaya’s second quarter results met expectations with online poker revenues up 11% on the year.
Industry news is about to enter the quiet period immediately before Q2 and half-year results are announced.
Amaya’s NASDAQ debut has been confirmed as June 8, but no new money will be raised.
Bwin.party’s sale should be announced in the next few weeks—assuming it all goes through. CEO Norbert Teufelberger can expect a massive payday.
Federal efforts to both legalize in ban online poker, PokerStars in New Jersey and cross-border liquidity sharing in the US.
888 and Amaya show their heels to the rest of the industry.
Skrill’s owner CVC Capital is set to make a profit of $400 million after buying the company two years ago.
Mixed results from the latest poker industry financial reports—Unibet & Boyd Gaming are pleased, but Zynga’s woes continue.
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