Best Canada Casinos Online - June 2014 News Archive

This section lists news stories added here to Best Canada Casinos Online on June 2014.

BestCanadaCasinosOnline - News Archive - June / 2014

PokerStars May Find Itself Licensed in Quebec Added: June 30, 2014

One of the things about Amaya Gaming's deal with PokerStars recently is the fact that it opens up many opportunities for the Canadian-based company, since it appears that they have jettisoned all of the previous management which created a problem with the US government. Not only is Amaya now talking to the New Jersey gaming commission about getting licensing in the Garden State for PokerStars, there is now the proposition that the brand will have a presence in Qu├ębec, through an arrangement that could be made with the official lottery agency.

More About the Historic Amaya Gaming-PokerStars Deal Added: June 23, 2014

Amaya Gaming, which has its headquarters in Quebec, generated $155 million in revenue last year. Now they have made a purchase of an asset that totaled $4.9 billion. In a heartbeat, they became the largest publicly-traded online gambling-related company in the world. It took some heavy financing to make the buy of the online poker giant PokerStars, which becomes a potential game-changer in the online poker space, not to mention the entire online gambling industry.

Amaya Gaming Makes Significant Purchase of PokerStars, Full Tilt Added: June 16, 2014

In one of the most significant purchases in the history of online gambling, Amaya Gaming Group, a company that is headquartered in Canada, has announced, through a subsidiary, that it has bought two of the biggest online poker operators - Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars, for the staggering figure of $4.9 billion. Essentially, the people who head up the Oldford Group, which controlled those brands, will step down and get out of the way, so Amaya is not only purchasing, they are also taking over management.

Platform Helps Canadian Company Mine Mexican Market Added: June 8, 2014

One Canadian-based company understands where the world of gambling is headed, and they decided to head over there first. As a result, they are ready to tap into a huge and growing market that will make it a major player in Latin America.

New Jersey Ruling May Leave Successful Affiliates Out in the Cold Added: June 1, 2014

In the state of New Jersey, where online gambling is licensed and regulated, those people who want to get involved with the business in terms of being an actual gaming affiliate also have to seek a license from the Casino Control Commission. There were a number of top casino affiliates who complied with that requirement and shelled out the money required to get the license. Now these affiliates are being told that the New Jersey-based casinos with whom these affiliates are, well, affiliating with can be the ONLY casinos with links on their websites.