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Full Tilt has released plans to launch The Stack, with $750,000 worth of guarantees and a chance to win a package to watch UFC 189.

Gambling software developer NetEnt signed a deal with Amaya Gaming to launch casino games on Full Tilt and PokerStars.

Full Tilt has been successful in their attempt to secure the appropriate licensing to offer their product to the Danish market.

Amaya Gaming reports revenue of $340m in Q1, says it expects its new casino and sportsbook verticals to account for 13% of 2015 revenue.

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Full Tilt has released plans to launch The Stack, with $750,000 worth of guarantees and a chance to win a package to watch UFC 189.

Amaya Gaming reports revenue of $340m in Q1, says it expects its new casino and sportsbook verticals to account for 13% of 2015 revenue.

Full Tilt has replaced Boylepoker as the headline sponsor for The International Poker Open w/ events promised throughout Ireland & England.

Full Tilt add Amaya Gaming content to its casino platform, further enhancing the options in that genre.

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Polish player ‘bladsonpoker’ won the huge prize whilst playing on his mobile phone; PokerStars and Full Tilt Launch Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

Full Tilt has replaced Boylepoker as the headline sponsor for The International Poker Open w/ events promised throughout Ireland & England.

Amaya announces launch of PokerStars' sports betting beta product, expects vertical to eventually eclipse casino.

Illinois court dismisses nuisance lawsuits brought against PokerStars and Full Tilt by people looking to claim other gamblers' losses.

Net EntSenior appointed Vice President Jenny Rosberg to the board of company directors; online casino games go live on Full Tilt.

PokerStars continue their journey into the world of online casino with the launch of a live dealer product, across .com, .eu, and .uk sites.

Mark Herm, gives his opinion on the XXVIII schedule; PokerStars show they aren’t just playing lip service when it comes to SCOOP feedback.

Full Tilt is turning back the clock by hosting 8 days of pure nostalgia with Full Tilt Classic: a tournament w/ over $300,000 in guarantees.

PokerStars have sued former Full Tilt Poker pro, Erick Lindgren, for an outstanding debt worth $2.5m & have parted ways with Vanessa Rousso.

Lee Davy takes a rapid-fire look at poker’s most interesting tales of the week.

Hollreiser issued a statement apologizing to NJ online poker players who were led to believe real-money gaming was available at Full Tilt.

A digital hiccup left New Jersey poker players feeling let down by Full Tilt tease; February launch for SNG Interactive's NJ online casino.

Former US players with disputed Full Tilt balances are expected to get their money by the end of March 2015.

Lee Davy takes a look back through 12-months of cyberness to capture five online poker industry trends of 2014.

Lee Davy reviews the Victor Saumont documentary Nosebleed. A 90-minute peek into the lives of two high stakes online cash game players.

This week, the emphasis is very much on the player, as Victoria Coren resigns from PokerStars; Neil Channing joins Sky Poker and much more.

PokerStars.com to launch blackjack, roulette on market-by-market basis, sports betting in 2015 along with "full-featured" mobile/web casino.

Lee Davy makes life a little easier as he breaks down the week's biggest poker news stories.

Former U.S. based Full Tilt Poker players may still lose out on millions, lying in unclaimed poker accounts, due to incorrect information.

Lee rounds up last week’s poker news including stories from the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame, the High Courts in England & Italy and much more.

Ray Bitar’s $40m forfeiture have been disclosed; Full Tilt confirmed that Viktor Blom & Gus Hansen are searching for new employers.

Full Tilt's website makeover has removed most traces of Hansen & Blom prompting speculation that they have been axed from the wage bill.

The UK Gambling Commission has clarified their stance on auto top-up/rebuy facilities on online poker sites,

PokerStars and Full Tilt exit host of 'grey' and black markets as Amaya Gaming looks to burnish regulatory reputation ahead of US licensing.