Amaya is a leading provider of technology-based solutions, products and services in the global gaming and interactive entertainment industries. Amaya owns gaming and related consumer businesses and brands including PokerStars, Full Tilt, StarsDraft, the European Poker Tour, PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, the Latin American Poker Tour and the Asia Pacific Poker Tour. These brands collectively form the largest poker business in the world, comprising online poker games and tournaments, live poker competitions, branded poker rooms in popular casinos in major cities around the world, and poker programming created for television and online audiences. Amaya, through certain of these brands, also offers non-poker online gaming products, including casino, sportsbook and daily fantasy sports.
Type
Public
HQ
Pointe Claire, CA
Founded
2004
Size (employees)
249 (est)
Website
amaya.com
Amaya was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Pointe-Claire, CA

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Amaya has an office in Pointe-Claire
Pointe-Claire, CA (HQ)
7600 Route Transcanadienne

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Market capitalization (25-Jul-2017)

2.6 b

Closing share price (25-Jul-2017)

17.7
Amaya's current market capitalization is $2.6 b.
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William Hill and Amaya abandon merger talks

British bookmaker William Hill and Amaya, owner of the world's biggest poker website, end talks of a possible £4.5bn merger.

Bets off: William Hill ends merger talks with online gambling group Amaya

William Hill’s £4.5bn merger talks with Canada’s Amaya have come to an end. The bookmaker said this morning that it had ended discussions after consulting shareholders. Read more: Ex-William Hill boss says bookie should abandon Amaya merger plans The FTSE 250 company said in a statement: …

William Hill keeps its bets on merger talks with Amaya despite opposition

William Hill will plough ahead with talks to merge with Canadian online betting group Amaya, despite facing opposition from its largest shareholder.  Last week Parvus Asset Management, which owns a 14.3 per cent stake in the FTSE 250-listed bookie, slammed plans for a £5.5bn to £6bn reverse takeo…
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