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Playtech's CEO is interested in joining an investment group that intends to make a bid to acquire the online gambling software supplier.
A day after voting down a $3.7 billion acquisition bid from Aristocrat Leisure, Playtech revealed it was in talks with TTB Partners Limited.
Aristocrat Leisure won't acquire Playtech as it had expected, having failed to achieve the necessary 75% shareholder support.
NorthStar Gaming, a subsidiary of Torstar, is ready to launch as soon as the Ontario market opens, thanks to a deal with Playtech.
Live dealer casino gaming in the US is no longer an Evolution monopoly, as Playtech's studios opened on Christmas Eve.
An unnamed "US-based competitor of Evolution" is hoping that the NJ regulator will take action against the company.
Aristocrat Leisure is buying Playtech and they plan for the combined company to be a leading B2B gaming platform provider.
The Bet365 deal marks Playtech's first step into the US market, with the company saying it plans to partner with more New Jersey operators in...
Playtech will provide casino games for bet365 in New Jersey and aims to expand into other verticals and states in the coming months.
Advancements in artificial intelligence represent a "plausible risk" to the future of online poker, according to financial analysts.
EU regulators may agree that segregated online poker player pools are a bad idea, but the path toward unification stands to be rife with challenges....
Despite improvements to the model, online poker continues to struggle for Playtech. Its other verticals, particularly online casino, are doing anything but.
Amaya job losses after merging Full Tilt are not a restructuring. A deal with Playtech for online slots does not mean a full bid for...