BetClic Everest Group (BEG) has taken over full ownership of Mangas Everest following GigaMedia’s decision to completely write-off its stake in the business earlier this year.
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Australia’s Two Way Limited has pulled out of its planned merger with Priority One Network Group Limited, less than one month after announcing the agreement.
Probability plc has entered the Italian mobile gambling market following the acquisition of Switzerland’s Playyoo S.A, which develops and operates B2B gaming services for a number of licensed Italian operators including SNAI, Cogetech and NeoMobile.
Astra Games Limited, a UK-based wholly owned subsidiary of Austrian gaming giant Novomatic, has completed the acquisition of various Danoptra assets including Gamestec Leisure, Bell-Fruit Games, RLMS Sales and Mazooma Interactive Games.
The UK’s Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) has acquired the player database, online poker software and customer support contracts of Poker.co.uk.
Icelandic online betting solutions provider Parspro has become the latest European technology supplier to be acquired by a US company following its acquisition Friday by Scientific Games.
European private equity firm EQT Expansion Capital has invested approximately €44m in Sportradar, the Switzerland-based sports data service supplier, which will be used to finance the company’s organic and acquisitive development.
UK-licensed fantasy sports gaming provider Picklive Limited has been acquired by a group of investors led by David Galan, CEO of pool betting provider Sports Millions.
Following the recent liquidation of its PurpleLounge.com online gaming business, Media Corp has now re-acquired various publishing assets which the company sold earlier this year.
Across the Line Limited, a company funded by London-based property and football entrepreneur Andrew Ellis, has acquired a controlling stake in Worldlink’s sports and gaming division Worldlink Sport Limited.
Central European retail and online gaming operator Fortuna Entertainment Group has agreed to sell a 10 per cent stake in its Fortuna Loterie subsidiary to Czech investment firm E-Invest Group a.s.