Nasdaq-listed Allied Esports Entertainment said it has completed the $105 million sale of its World Poker Tour assets to Element Partners, LLC.
Allied Esports Entertainment, a global esports entertainment company, has announced that a revised proposal for purchase of its World Poker Tour assets from Bally’s Corporation constitutes a “superior proposal” over its pending stock purchase agreement with Element Partners.
The Asia Poker Tour says its upcoming event in Taiwan in March will go ahead as planned, despite the Covid-19 outbreak, though the World Poker Tour is postponing its event on the island and is cancelling another scheduled in Vietnam.
Hundreds of eager players gathered in a luxurious Tokyo hotel this month to participate in a three-day tournament hosted by the World Poker Tour, signaling the potential for a bright future for table games within the Japanese market.
The World Poker Tour has teamed with the Japan Poker Union Corp to hold a special four-day event in Tokyo in November, its first tournament in Japan. The competition will be held from Nov. 23 -26 and qualifying rounds will take place in local poker clubs. “The World Poker Tour is honored to partner with […]
The World Poker Tour has announced a new brand licensing agreement with India online poker site, Adda52.com. The partnership will allow for exclusive product licensing and services, and will qualify players from India to participate in WPT events, according to the press release. “The association with the World Poker Tour comes at a very crucial […]
UK-listed online gambling operator Bwin.party digital entertainment has sold its World Poker Tour business to online games operator Ourgame International Holdings for $35 million. WPT Enterprises Inc. announced that it had accepted a $35 million cash offer from Hong Kong-listed Ourgame. The deal, which includes all WPT’s properties – live tournaments, television production and the […]