PokerStars owner Amaya expects to report solid growth for the third quarter of 2016 with total revenue climbing as high as US$273m, with its online casino and sportsbook products accounting for nearly a quarter of the total.

The company said that Q3 revenue would amount to between $268m and $273m, including a marginal decline in online poker revenue compared to a year ago.

The product vertical generated 73 per cent of Amaya’s revenue in the quarter (equivalent to $196m-$199m), versus an 81 per cent share last year ($200m). 

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