PokerStars operator Amaya expects to report record revenue for the full 2016 year following strong growth from its casino business and re-entry into the Portuguese iGaming market, with the company also confirming that its long-serving finance chief Daniel Sebag is to retire from his role.

The company has updated its previous guidance range to reflect its better-than-expected progress, with revenue for the 12 month period expected to come in at the high end of its US$1,153m and $1,158m range...

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