Amaya will have PokerStars operating in India later this year.

Amaya to expand in the Indian market

Amaya Inc. is looking to expand into the Indian online poker market through PokerStars, which will launch in the country later in 2017.

New York poker bill adds modification

New York poker bill was modified and now allegedly includes PokerStars as a “bad actor”.

PokerStars delayed its India operations.

PokerStars India gets delayed

Amaya Group CEO Rafi Ashkenazi announced that PokerStars website launch for India will be posptoned at least three to six months.

California online poker bill.

California’s online gambling bill loses momentum

The possibility of lifting California’s ban on online poker seems far from happening as PokerStars has stopped pushing for it.

Amaya to expand its sportsbook.

Amaya focused on expanding its sportsbook

PokerStars parent company is seeking to improve its 2016 growth in other areas like its sports betting and casino businesses.

Baazov cut his Amaya stakes.

Baazov reduces his Amaya stakes even more

Founder and former Amaya Inc. CEO David Baazov reduced his company stakes yet again by selling 12 million shares for US$201 million.


David Baazov sold $100 million worth of Amaya’s stock

Former Amaya CEO, David Baazov announced that he cut stake in the company as he sold nearly US$100 million worth of stock.

Pinnacle leaves Slovenian market

The company has decided to exit the country untill it can bid for a license as online gambling is soon to be regulated.


Ex Amaya CEO to face fraud charges

The former Chief will go to trial in November under fraud allegations.


PokerStars France excludes foreign players

Players outside France won’t be able to enjoy that domain.


PokerStars fined over geolocation failure

The online poker operator was fined in New Jersey for allowing out of state clients.


Czech Republic grants first international license

PokerStars became the first international licensed operator under the country’s newest regulation.