Canada’s Amaya has revised its full year guidance and now expects 2015 revenue to be between CAD$1,289m and $1,339m, with revenue significantly impacted by a 19 per cent decline in the purchasing power of its customer base, as well as other factors including a delay in the rollout of certain aspects of its new online sportsbook offering.

Revenue increased by 8 per cent to $324.7m for the third quarter of 2015, with online casino comprising approximately 14 per cent of the total and the remainder almost entirely derived from real-money online poker.

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