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With most of the key hurdles behind them, the two international gambling giants expect their $6 billion union to close next week.
The marriage of Flutter Entertainment and The Stars Group is two steps closer to completion after approval from their respective investors this week.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) approved the deal on Tuesday, saying the presence of bet365 and GVC ensured strong competition in the UK.
Poker no longer represents the heart of the Stars Group operation, a shift which will only hasten under the pending merger with Flutter Entertainment.
TSG has announced a partnership with a tribal gaming authority in Michigan, making it the first operator to secure an avenue to market in the...
As they prepare to unite their operations next year, Flutter and Stars Group's Q3 financials tell a story of two different companies with a common...
The competitive US online gambling and sports betting markets could easily come to be dominated by a few big players. Here's why.
Early thoughts on the potential impact of the game-changing $6 billion deal between The Stars Group and Flutter Entertainment.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority is keeping the playground clean while it prepares to license and regulate online poker sites.
The Stars Group has brought its Super 6 contest to the US, using the free-to-play football contest as an acquisition tool for Fox Bet.
BetStars is no longer a US sports betting brand, officially replaced by Fox Bet last week. Does that mean PokerStars is on its way out...