Shuffle Master’s deal to buy the bwinparty Ongame poker network is off. Shuffle Master have pulled out of the deal but Ongame have already ‘started’ chatting up other potential suitors and hope to announce the new deal soon. Back in March it was announced that Shuffle Master had been potentially sold the Ongame Network by … continuation reading bet
Is the sale of bwinparty’s Ongame Network the beginning of the end for the Ongame Network in Europe as a large network, and especially the end Ongame2? But perhaps the sign of the future, Ongame USA? With bwin having been virtually sold Ongame to Shuffle Master for €19.5 million, this shows how much trouble or … continuation reading bet
bwin purchased the Ongame Network back in 2005 for €473 million ($620m) then 7 years later they sold the Ongame network to Shuffle Master for an initial €19.5 million ($25m) that could rise up to €29.5 ($38m). On the face of it bwin have suffered an amazing loss of €443.5 million ($582m)! But is it … continuation reading bet
The Ongame poker network has been potentially sold by bwinparty and bought by Shuffle Master for an initial price of 19.5 million euro ($25,688,034) in cash. The Shuffle Master deal to buy Ongame also includes a Football like sell on clause – depending on when the US poker market opens for world wide web business … continuation reading bet
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