Despite the fact that its B2B arrangement with Danish monopoly Danske Spil fell apart after a court challenge by Playtech, PartyGaming is bound and determined to enter the newly regulated Danish market when it launches in January 2011. Party poobah Jim Ryan is a big fan of the regulated ring-fence model (such as Denmark is promising) because it prevents competitors from bringing worldwide liquidity into play, and this will offer his company ‘a level playing field’ in which to compete. Got that? Regulations that hinder Party’s competitors create a ‘level’ playing field. If that’s Ryan’s idea of level, don’t let this guy pour your house’s foundation. Read more.
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