The eGaming Review awards took place two days ago at the Honourable Artillery Company gardens in London with more than 700 industry professionals from the world's leading online gaming firms attending.
PokerStars and Full Tilt, owned by Amaya Inc, were among the finalists in the following categories: Operator of the Year - Amaya, Poker Operator - Full Tilt, Socially Responsible Operator - Amaya,[...] Read more » PokerStars Named 'Poker Operator of the Year'
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
so fcukin cool: socially responsible gambling company... do they sponsor great white panda's with the degenerated gamblers money? overall no doubt that pokerstars should get poker operator of the year prize, since it has probably 60-70% of market share...
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 37 (F)
Can't really say this comes as a surprise as it is all there at pokerstars.Personally I like some of the smaller sites where the tournaments are not filled with thousands of players and you also get to know the reg players.
Joined: May '08
Age: 51 (M)
What a surprise. There is just no longer any serious competition for Stars. FT folded a long time ago, and Party is in the process of being ripped appart, if the whole bwin/Party company is being sold.
Posted by pochui: so fcukin cool: socially responsible gambling company... do they sponsor great white panda's with the degenerated gamblers money? overall no doubt that pokerstars should get poker operator of the year prize, since it has probably 60-70% of market share...
Very not surprising indeed. I don't get how that's news lol. Pokerstars must have like 80% of the players playing on their site... Unless there's some chinese poker sites we don't know about with millions of users which I doubt
Shokaku, big companies sell and buy eachother all the time, that doesn't mean Partypoker is going down. But it seems they're trying to get people to deposit a lot (especialll during pokerfest) so u might be right.