Social casino operator Big Fish Games cutting 250 staff just one day after federal judge approves $155m settlement with former players.
The agreement brings to a close a long-running legal debate over subsidiary Big Fish Games’ operations.
A couple of WA lawmakers are now attempting to better define social gaming, which could help one of the largest companies in the sector, Big Fish Games.
Social gaming operator Big Fish Games reportedly axing 15% of staff in order to refocus efforts on social casino and casual games.
Aristocrat, which purchased Big Fish Gaming (BFG) for almost $1 billion, has tapped Jeff Karp to be the managing director and president of BFG.
As a precautionary measure, PokerStars is no longer offering free online poker to residents in the Washington state.
Big Fish Casino was found to be "illegal online gambling" by a federal appeals court judge—at least under Washington state law.
Racing and gaming operator Churchill Downs Inc. sells its Big Fish Games social gaming operation to Australia's Aristocrat Leisure for $990m.
Churchill Downs Inc reports Q1 revenue decline at its Big Fish Games social casino division but profit rises as user acquisition costs fall.
Churchill Downs Inc posts record revenue of $303.4m in Q3 despite Big Fish Games social casino bookings falling 7%.