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Poker helps 888 to record revenues, Stephen Carter at Casino Choice

Poker helps 888 to record revenues, Stephen Carter at Casino Choice | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Online operator 888 has posted record half-year revenues of $186.4m on the back of a stellar performance from poker and solid growth from its core casino component. Earnings were up 81% to $36m in the six months to the end of June, albeit from a low base of $20m a year earlier, with the company announcing it had reinstated its dividend at 2.5c per share.

 

888Poker revenue was up 72% year-on-year to $41.3m in the six months to the end of June, with second quarter performance also holding up well in the historical seasonal slowdown leading into summer. Active poker customer numbers were up 63% in Q2, on top of the 90% rise recorded in the prior year.

 

In Spain, where the operator made a backdated tax payment of US$11.1m to Spanish authorities ahead of launching in the regulated market in early June, 888 doubled its poker revenue from Spain compared to the period immediately prior to regulation. 888poker.es is now No 2 behind PokerStars in the segregated player pool, with a 24% market share, according to the company’s statement today.

 

Other sources:

http://www.igamingbusiness.com/content/record-first-half-revenues-888-holdings

http://www.gamblingcompliance.com/node/49871

 

http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/13967-poker-revenue-jumps-72-percent-at-888

Online poker revenue has seen a significant surge at 888 growing 72 percent in the first half of 2012 to US$41.3 million from US$24 million in the same period of 2011.

 

http://www.gamingintelligence.com/premium-news-and-archive/17349-888-posts-record-revenues-poker-up-72-per-cent

H1 2012 Financial Summary (US$m)
H1 2011 H1 2012 % Change
Revenues
-Poker 24.0 41.3 72%
-Casino 69.0 83.1 20%
-Bingo 27.6 26.9 -2%
-Emerging Offering 10.2 12.3 20%
Total B2C 130.8 163.6 25%
B2B 23.1 22.8 -1%
Total Revenues 153.8 186.4 21%

Operating Expenses (1,2)
54.6 56.8 4%
Gaming Taxes & Duties (3)
1.4 5.5 292%
Research & Development Expenses 12.9 13.9 8%
Selling & Marketing Expenses 49.9 61.7 24%
Administrative Expenses (2,4,5)
15.1 12.5 -17%

EBITDA 20.0 36.0 81%

 

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Republican Party calls for ban on online poker, Legal Poker Sites

Republican Party calls for ban on online poker, Legal Poker Sites | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Over the past year, there has been increasing optimism over the possibility of online poker begin legalized within the next couple of years. That optimism may have been a bit premature as the Republican Party earlier today released their platform and should Mitt Romney become President of the United States, it could end legalization effort for at least the next four years.

 

“Millions of Americans suffer from problem or pathological gambling that can destroy families. We support the prohibition of gambling over the Internet and call for reversal of the Justice Department’s decision distorting the formerly accepted meaning of the Wire Act that could open the door to Internet betting."

 

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http://www.pokerupdate.com/news/legislation/republican-platform-seeks-online-gambling-prohibition/

http://theppa.org/newsletters/2012/08/29/weekly-update-gop-platform-calls-for-a-prohibition-of-online-poker-08292012/

http://www.pokernewsdaily.com/republican-party-continues-to-disappoint-22420/

http://www.gaming-awards.com/NEWS/republican-party-convention-make-stand-against-online-gambling/

http://www.pokernewsdaily.com/gop-convention-passes-platform-that-includes-anti-online-poker-stance-22425/

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Ongame powers Android poker for RedKings, CasinoCityTimes

Ongame powers Android poker for RedKings, CasinoCityTimes | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Poker players can now play online at RedKings.com using an Android device, mobile smartphone or tablet.

RedKings has ensured an ultimate mobile experience with state-of-the-art software, crisp graphics and easy-to-use navigation. With a tablet device you get great big-screen enhancements and longer battery life for those long sessions at the cash tables.

Commented Jack Simons, RedKings European VIP Manager, "Our new RedKings Android app allows players exactly the same functions as their PC or laptop. Players can open a RedKings poker account through their Android device, make deposits or withdrawals and check for daily offers while on the move. That long journey home by train doesn’t seem so bad anymore!"

Added Simons, "Poker on the move or Portable Poker is fast becoming the most convenient way to play online poker with many players now using their smartphone and especially their tablet device for flexibility at home."

RedKings hopes to also release a mobile app for iPhone and iPad in the coming weeks.

 

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https://myaccount.redkings.com/mobile_poker.html

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Galaxy's H1 net profit jumps ninefold, Gambling911

Galaxy's H1 net profit jumps ninefold, Gambling911 | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment, posted a ninefold increase in first-half net profit, beating expectations as its new casino cashed in on a steady flow of Chinese visitors keen to try their luck in the world's largest gambling destination.

 

The $12 billion company controlled by Hong Kong property tycoon Lui Che Woo and 13 percent owned by European private equity firm Permira, reported net profit of HK$3.5 billion ($445 million) for the first six months of the year, up from HK$378.3 million in the same period a year ago.

It was the first full 12 months of earnings for the company's new casino which opened in April last year.

 

Galaxy's shares have risen almost 53 percent in the year to date, outperforming the benchmark Hang Seng Index which has climbed 7 percent in the same period.

 

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http://www.g3newswire.com/china-galaxy-entertainment-doubles-first-half-revenue/

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South Point first online poker room in Nevada, Dan Katz Poker News Daily

South Point first online poker room in Nevada, Dan Katz Poker News Daily | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

It finally became official Thursday: South Point Poker LLC became the first company licensed to offer intrastate online pokerin the United States. Once South Point launches, its poker room will be able to accept players from within the state of Nevada’s boundaries, provided they are at least 21-years of age. The company expects to launch sometime in October.

 

Unlike other online poker license applicants, South Point has developed its own software client, rather than partnering with a developer

 

South Point actually has an online poker room up and running already, but it is completely different from the one that is coming. The current South Point Poker is a free-to-play room on the ZEN Entertainment Network. The rooms on the network are totally free – no monthly fee is required – and offer cash and prizes to winners of their tournaments.

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Everest Poker joining iPoker Network, Dan Katz at PokerNewsDaily

Everest Poker joining iPoker Network, Dan Katz at PokerNewsDaily | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

The long-independent Everest Poker has decided to join up with iPoker.

 

According to PokerScout.com, EverestPoker.com is the 23rd largest online poker competitor in the industry, with a seven day average of 570 cash game players. Its French site, EverestPoker.fr, is actually doing better, sitting in 15th with a seven day average of 650 cash game players.

 

This comes just days before the iPoker Network is to split into two. In an attempt to get its member poker rooms to attract profitable customers, the network will move a select few of its skins to form an upper tier, or “iPoker 2,” while the rest will have to remain on the old network and hope to meet the requirements for inclusion. Those requirements: have a minimum of 6,000 active players per month as well as add least 850 new players per month, each of whom must contribute at least $5 in rake or tournament fees. Other factors, such as deposit to cashout ratios, will also be evaluated.

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SNAI revenues -7%, despite online growth, GamingIntelligence

Italian gaming operator SNAI has reported a 7 per cent fall in revenues to €263.8m for the first half of 2012, despite recording significant growth from the company’s VLT and online gaming operations in Italy.

 

Online gaming wagers increased to €449.3m, from €94.9m a year ago, following growth in online cash poker games, with SNAI’s market share reaching 6.1 per cent.

 

H1 Results

Euros (€) H1 2011 H1 2012
Revenues 284.8m 263.8m
Costs for Services 209.3m 196.2m
Personnel Costs 16.1m 18.0m
Other Operating Costs 18.0m 15.1m
EBITDA 41.0m 34.3m
Financial Costs 17.0m 19.4m
Income Taxes 0.2m 4.5m
Total Earnings/(Loss) for Period (7.5m) (13.3m)
Earnings Per Share (0.06) (0.09)

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The Growth of Online Gambling, PokerSites

The Growth of Online Gambling, PokerSites | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

The Growth of Online Gambling Infographic - Examining the huge growth of online gambling and poker in the UK and United States of America.

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Gree grows North American mobile game revenue by 38% in Q2, Venture Beat

Gree grows North American mobile game revenue by 38% in Q2, Venture Beat | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Japanese social gaming giant GREE's decision to make a major move on the North American market appears to be gaining pace, with the company reporting a quarterly rise in revenues in the region.

 

For the first time since GREE (TYO:3632) set up a development studio in the US – based in San Francisco – the company has pegged gross revenue of just over $29 million.

 

More interesting, however, is the revelation that more than half of that was made in the company's most recent quarter.

 

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http://www.pocketgamer.biz/r/PG.Biz/GREE+financial+news/news.asp?c=44178

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Jaxx grows 20%, iGaming Business

Jaxx grows 20%, iGaming Business | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Online gambling and betting provider saw overall net gaming revenues for the second quarter of 2012 increase by 20 percent year-on-year to €15.62 million.


German online gambling and betting provider Jaxx AG has released its financial results for the second quarter of 2012 showing that it experienced an over 20 percent rise in net gaming revenues to €15.62 million.

 

For the first half of the year, Jaxx stated that ‘record betting stakes’ over the second quarter in addition to ‘strong customer growth’ as a result of the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship saw it post net gaming revenues of €33.93 million, which was an increase of almost 21 percent year-on-year.

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Why Zynga's real-money gaming opportunity is small, Seeking Alpha

Why Zynga's real-money gaming opportunity is small, Seeking Alpha | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

One of the blue-sky opportunities that Zynga is exploring is to begin offering real money games in addition to its play money games. Essentially, the firm could take some of its existing games like poker, slots, bingo, and/or blackjack and give the user the opportunity to wager real money for real payouts-basically an online casino. As online gambling is already legal in parts of Europe, you can expect that area to be the first geography the firm focuses on. And while online gambling is currently illegal in the US, there has been some discussion of legalizing it (at least on a state-by-state basis).

 

There is a fair amount of risk that comes with entering a highly regulated business. In highly regulated businesses, there is a dramatically higher likelihood that the firm could be fined significant amounts of money or face civil and criminal charges for any violations. While partnering with established players in this business could mitigate some of this risk, a partnership will also decrease the size of the opportunity. Additionally, there is also the risk of an image problem. Gambling firms are seen as aiding a vice and if this reflects poorly on Zynga it may hurt their existing business. None of these risks are insurmountable, but should be considered carefully.

 

Bottom-Line: The non-US real money gaming opportunity is likely smaller than many people realize and the US gaming opportunity,while potentially large, far from a slam dunk.

 

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http://www.gambling911.com/businessfinancial/facebook-hits-new-low-ipo-lock-ends-081612.html

http://www.gambling911.com/businessfinancial/zynga-adds-real-money-gambling-spends-75k-lobbying-efforts-081612.html

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The questions then become how big are these markets, how difficult are they to enter, and what percentage market share can Zynga realistically hope to take. To answer the first question, H2 Gambling Capital estimates that the online poker gaming market (excluding the US) was €2.9b in 2011 and H2 estimates that this market will grow at a 6% CAGR rate through 2015 (€3.6b). To answer the second question on difficulty of enter these markets, we need to examine the regulatory environment. The regulatory environment across Europe is very fragmented with each country having its own regulation and restrictions.

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Microgaming expands Denmark presence

Microgaming expands Denmark presence | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it
Microgaming has launched an online casino on behalf of the gaming arm of famous Copenhagen amusement park Tivoli Gardens.
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China's online gaming brings in 4 BUSD, mobile Gaming 20 MUSD, Steven Millward TechinAsia

China's online gaming brings in 4 BUSD, mobile Gaming 20 MUSD, Steven Millward TechinAsia | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

The big bucks were brought in by MMO-style games and general PC-based (and browser-based) social gaming titles. All those raked in 23.55 billion RMB ($3.73 billion), up 16.9 percent year-on-year. Clearly, those titles – from sprawling games like Shanda’s (NASDAQ:GAME) World Zero to social network integrated games like The Sims on QZone – dominate gaming revenue in the country. In that sector, Tencent (HKG:0700) has long led the way, and runs the afore-mentioned QZone.

 

In good news for Chinese game developers – well, in PC-based titles – locally developed games accounted for 71.6 percent of the whole PC online games sector. Their revenue was 16.86 billion RMB (from the afore-mentioned 23.55 billion RMB slice), which was up 63 percent year-on-year at 2012 H1.

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Playtech earnings +64%, poker revenues -9%, David Altaner GamblingCompliance

Software supplier Playtech adjusted EBITDA rose 64 percent in the first half as casino sales rose and its PT Turnkey Services acquisition performed better than expected.

 

The earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation rose to €91.2m (£72.3m), helped by new contracts for marketing service PTTS in places such as Asia.

 

Playtech revenue doubled to €153.8m over the same period a year earlier, the Isle of Man-based gambling software services company said today.

 

Casino sales gained 36 percent to €71.5m, while poker declined 9 percent to €9.7m. Bingo revenue gained 24 percent to €8.8m as the company added a bingo jackpot.

 

Other sources:

http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/13972-playtech-s-poker-revenue-falls-nine-percent

http://www.igamingbusiness.com/content/triple-digit-growth-playtech

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Software licensing deals boost Amaya H1 revenues, Gaming Intelligence

A combination of new contract signings, expansion of existing relationships, and the continued roll-out of its proprietary Mosino gaming terminals has helped Canada’s Amaya Gaming Group to grow revenues in the first half of 2012 by over 300 per cent.

 

Amaya recorded revenues of CAD$20.92m in the six month period ended June 30th 2012, an increase of 326 per cent versus the same period a year ago, as a result of the inclusion of software licensing and hosted casino revenues from Chartwell and CryptoLogic, as well as the roll out of a further 800 Mosino gaming terminals during the second quarter of 2012.

 

H1 2012 Financial Summary (CAD$m)

H1 2011 H1 2012
Revenues 4.91 20.92
Adjusted EBITDA* -2.56 0.45
Net Profit/Loss -2.93 -7.28
Basic EPS -0.07 -0.14

 

 

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Mobile and Social gaming setting trends for iGaming industry, Innovate Gaming

Mobile and Social gaming setting trends for iGaming industry, Innovate Gaming | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

The growing strength and popularity of mobile and social gaming is shining a light into the direction of the online gaming industry.

 

The powerhouse behind this change seems to be the recent news from Zynga, a leading developer of Facebook games, in which they announced plans to move into real money gaming on mobile and social platforms.

 

Most recently, Big Fish Games, a company based in Seattle, has started to offer real money betting to players in the United Kingdom.

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Macau Won't Return to Gangster's Paradise, Gambling911

Macau Won't Return to Gangster's Paradise, Gambling911 | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Three murders, hammer-wielding heavies, and a high-profile police swoop have raised concerns that Macau, the world's casino capital, may be backsliding to the bad old days of the late-1990s.

 

Much has changed in the past 15 years in Macau, a special administrative region on China's southern coast. Then, the seedy gambling enclave was plagued by open gang warfare. Bombs went off in the streets and shoot-outs broke out in broad daylight.

 

In 1999, Macau seceded from Portugal to China and, now, Las Vegas tycoons including Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn have helped transform the territory into a multi-billion dollar goldmine, a magnet for high-rollers and global investors.

 

The murder and mayhem in the late-1990s was sparked by the triads' aggressive manoeuvring to capture more of the lucrative VIP gambling market, which accounts for over 70 percent of total revenues.

 

Gaming revenue last year was $33.5 billion, more than five times that of Las Vegas.

 

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Knowing When To Fold ‘Em - The Science of Poker, Jennifer Ouellette Scientific American

Knowing When To Fold ‘Em - The Science of Poker, Jennifer Ouellette Scientific American | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Last week, a federal judge in Brooklyn overturned the indictment of a Staten Island man who ran poker games in the back room of a warehouse, on the grounds that poker is a game of skill, not chance — and hence, such games cannot be prosecuted under federal laws prohibiting illegal gambling businesses.

 

It’s just the latest sally in the ongoing debate over poker that’s been raging for more than 150 years. And it comes on the heels of a ruling last year by the Justice Department that 1962′s Wire Act applied only to sports betting, not poker. This is kind of ironic, since the Justice Department also shut down online poker in the spring of 2011, charging the men behind the three most popular online sites with fraud and money laundering.

 

Clearly, the issue is far from resolved, but John Pappas, executive director of the Poker Player’s Alliance, is encouraged by the latest ruling by Judge Jack B. Weinstein. “Today’s federal court ruling is a major victory for the game of poker and the millions of Americans who enjoy playing it,” he said in a statement. The alliance is dedicated to decriminalizing poker.

 

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http://www.economist.com/blogs/gametheory/2012/08/legal-status-poker?fsrc=scn/tw_ec/skill_kills_lady_luck

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Mybet claims profitability in Germany despite 5% tax, David Altaner GambingCompliance

Germany’s Mybet Holdings thinks it can make money in its home country’s new gambling-unfriendly regulatory environment, though it may have to push things along in court, said president Mathias Dahms.


Most of Germany’s states have passed a package of gambling rules that leave out online poker and casino and impose a 5 percent tax on betting wagers that companies such as William Hill and 188Bet say is unworkable.

 

Mybet and some rivals that are staying in the market plan to pass that tax on to customers, which will lead to “minimal negative effect” on earnings, the company said.

 

The Schleswig-Holstein-based operator will also challenge some of what it believes are rules that violate European Union or German law, Dahms said.

 

“There will be issues with advertising regulations which will be unacceptable to us, and we will go to court again,” Dahms told GamblingCompliance on Wednesday. “It’s getting to be a normal operation for us.”

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Unibet poker revenue grows 17%, CardPlayer

Unibet poker revenue grows 17%, CardPlayer | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Unibet Plc yesterday reported a 17 percent rise in its gross winning revenue for poker in the second quarter of 2012 to £3.50 million from £2.99 million a year earlier.

 

In the first six months of 2012 revenue was up 10.3 percent to £7.77 million from £6.97 million in the first half of 2011.

 

The rise in revenue is a welcome turnaround from full year 2011 figures which saw poker revenue drop by one-third and the 17 percent fall between 2009 and 2010.

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US-Station sees locals revenue increase by 4.5%, G3 Newswire

US-Station sees locals revenue increase by 4.5%, G3 Newswire | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Las Vegas locals casino operator Station Casinos reported a profit in the second quarter with net revenue increasing by 4.5 per cent on a year-over-year basis to US$ 312.2m.

 

The company earned a profit of US$ 7.5m in the second quarter ended June 30 although it is difficult to compare profit from the same period last year as the group was tied to the old Stations Casinos emerging from bankruptcy.

 

The company, which has 17 Las Vegas casinos, said that food and beverage, up 7.1 per cent, and hotel room revenue, up 9.1 per cent, also played their part.

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Online Poker on the rise again in the US, Innovate Gaming

Online Poker on the rise again in the US, Innovate Gaming | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Despite several years of government efforts to prosecute operators and payment processors, online poker and casino gambling continues to thrive in the US.

 

Robert Stern, PokerSites Communications Director, said, “We are seeing more and more people realizing that online gambling is here to stay and are more comfortable accessing online poker now that that US states are legislating to clear up any gray areas.”

 

Millions of Americans are still gambling online and are spending upwards of $4bn a year on the sites that will still accept them. Internationally, internet gambling accounted for $32.8bn in revenue in 2011.

 

Over the next five years, social gaming on smartphones and tablets is projected to generate around $100bn in revenue.

 

These developments have started to have an effect on state legislators, who are eager to cash in on potential revenues. This has gathered pace since the December 2011 federal ruling that stated that online poker and other skill-based games were not considered illegal as long as they were specifically legalized state by state.

 

“Now that one of the most high profile prosecutions has been settled, with Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars agreeing to pay $731 million in consumer compensation, we expect to see increased interest in online poker as more US players test the waters,” added Stern.

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Rank results up 9% - online bingo +24 online poker -27%, iGamingPost

Rank results up 9% - online bingo +24 online poker -27%, iGamingPost | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it

Rank Group profits have risen 9% rise, thanks mainly to its Grosvenor Casinos business, its online operations but more especially the Mecca bingo brand.

 

Even through the difficult economic times, Ranks pre-tax profits on continuing operations rose to £61.5m in the year to June, up from £56.4m a year earlier, which represents an excellent return, with also customer numbers up 4.9%, the group said.

 

But the average amount Rank brings in per customer fell by 1.4% to £224.82, which was expected because of the current position of the nation in recession.

 

Rank said it aimed to complete its purchase of Gala Casinos next month. This will add 23 casinos to its 37 Grosvenor outlets, making it the UK’s biggest casino operator.

 

Other sources: 

http://www.casinochoice.co.uk/2012/08/17/rank-goes-social-despite-regulation-concerns/

 

Mecca’s online and mobile revenues were up an impressive 24.6% year-on-year to £56.2m in the 2011/12 period, which Rank attributed to improved cross-channel marketing, product upgrades, the strength of the Mecca brand and several high-profile advertising campaigns. The percentage of Mecca customers who interacted with the brand across both online and offline channels was 5.5%, up from 5.2% in 2010/11.

 

Mecca’s contribution to the dominant bingo and games online segment, which grew 24.1% to £59.7m, helped Rank Interactive to a 20.8% rise in revenue to £77.7m, and a 26.5% rise in operating profit to £10.5m.

 

Online casino also improved in the period, up 49.1% in revenue to £8.5m, which the company said reflected greater support and promotion in the Grosvenor offline venues.

 

Revenue from Rank’s Blue Square sports betting brand dipped 6.7% to £8.4m, despite the period including most of the Euro 2012 football tournament. The company blamed a “drop in stakes”. Poker was down 26.7% to £1.1m “because of increasing competition”.

 

Other sources:

http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/13904-poker-revenue-down-27-percent-at-rank

http://www.gamblingcompliance.com/node/49804

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Electronic Arts Sues Zynga, Says The Ville Is An 'Unmistakable Copy' Of The Sims - Seeking Alpha

Electronic Arts Sues Zynga, Says The Ville Is An 'Unmistakable Copy' Of The Sims - Seeking Alpha | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it
EA is suing Zynga for being inspired by The Sims when creating The Ville. If you cant beat them - sue them.
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Shufflemaster still pursuits online presence, Yogonet

Shufflemaster still pursuits online presence, Yogonet | Poker & eGaming News | Scoop.it
Interview with Shufflemaster VP of Communications Julia Bugoslawski explaining the new online strategy.
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