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PartyGaming + BWIN = true?!

Tags: bwin, merge, party gaming.
Posted on 15 December 2009 by "T".

In one of the latest issues of the british newspaper The Sunday Times, one can read that the 2 betting giants BWIN and PartyGaming have been talking about gathering up since last summer. Today, BWIN is worth about £1.2 billion and PartyGaming about £1 billion. In other words, if BWIN and Party Gaming merges, it would create a betting company worth over £2 billions and most probably be a huge threat to some of the biggest sportsbetting, casino and poker sites.

BWIN, PartyGaming dismiss the new merger speculations
After that The Sunday Times published the article, both sites have received lots of questions about the new merger speculations. BWIN denied that they are holding advanced talks with PartyGaming at the same time they admitted that they are always talking to other betting companies on the market for new deals. PartyGaming, on another hand said that they are looking for a major sports betting platform so that they can offer their customers a complete action filled site, however they didn't want to comment anything about the merger speculations.

 


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18 comments for "PartyGaming + BWIN = true?!"

 $k15/12/2009 12:56:48 GMT
wow that nuts
 racpxt15/12/2009 13:09:04 GMT
PartyWin or BParty?
They could gain a lot. If true they should keep betting/casino system with bwin and migrate Bwin poker from Ongame to Party. But Bwin owns Ongame Networtk and Party owns his own network too. It would be very complicated.

Would they migrate the whole network?
 BhStaljin15/12/2009 13:15:22 GMT
I wouldn't like that to happen,and I dont think it will happen....bwin and party ones his poker networks,so if only buying one another would would merge them.....
 shokaku15/12/2009 13:29:52 GMT
Does not make sense to me. Both offer the complete package anyway. And both do not target the american market. They are of similar size too. I guess 888 is more a candidate for a merger.
 racpxt15/12/2009 14:46:57 GMT
Posted by shokaku:
Does not make sense to me. Both offer the complete package anyway. And both do not target the american market. They are of similar size too. I guess 888 is more a candidate for a merger.


True, but Party seems to be interested in a strong sports betting plataform, so 888 is probably out of the question. And it could also create a poker monster: Party+Ongame could take over iPoker's title of biggest network.
 Wargtass15/12/2009 16:09:51 GMT
From what I've heard Bwin is already the biggest bettingsite in the world. Look at the teams they're sponsoring, R. Madrid and such.
 AA-Daelt-AA15/12/2009 16:12:18 GMT
it's not new that most little poker sites merges with larger but two big companies merging together who be a huge threat to the actual leader PS and FTP.
 pokersztar15/12/2009 16:40:50 GMT
Posted by racpxt:
Posted by shokaku:
Does not make sense to me. Both offer the complete package anyway. And both do not target the american market. They are of similar size too. I guess 888 is more a candidate for a merger.


True, but Party seems to be interested in a strong sports betting plataform, so 888 is probably out of the question. And it could also create a poker monster: Party+Ongame could take over iPoker's title of biggest network.



Thumbs Up I think so !!
 xxxbchxxx15/12/2009 18:42:17 GMT
Cool that would make one hell of a partnership, dont you think?
They could take gambling and poker to new hights!
They each have a few great ideas and inovations just imagin what they could do as one company?
 teteban15/12/2009 19:19:44 GMT
True, but Party seems to be interested in a strong sports betting plataform, so 888 is probably out of the question. And it could also create a poker monster: Party+Ongame could take over iPoker's title of biggest network.


But doesnt Party already have a decent sports betting platform? Why do they need to team up with bwin?
 LaBaiz15/12/2009 19:22:38 GMT
I don't think that these to networks will merge together, but because of the fact that bwin has more scandinavian players, Party could be interested in merging the two networks. But I don't like this idea.
 watoba15/12/2009 20:43:24 GMT
omg the 2 stupid site make a corperation i don´t pay 1 cent on this site´s
i do it one time but no more in my life
before i do it i spent all my money to a earthworm
 ivobessa115/12/2009 22:48:18 GMT
i don't think they have the same king of activity and they see poker in diferent way
 haarten8715/12/2009 23:30:00 GMT
BWIN is doomed Sad
 ih8usukouts16/12/2009 00:03:18 GMT
If they did, only the rich would get richer........
Rooms make merges all the time, Doyles room to Cake (for interesting reasons)/Mansion to i and so on. Both have there own game/business so let's see what happens & why
 BhStaljin16/12/2009 01:58:48 GMT
Posted by pokersztar:
Posted by racpxt:
Posted by shokaku:
Does not make sense to me. Both offer the complete package anyway. And both do not target the american market. They are of similar size too. I guess 888 is more a candidate for a merger.


True, but Party seems to be interested in a strong sports betting plataform, so 888 is probably out of the question. And it could also create a poker monster: Party+Ongame could take over iPoker's title of biggest network.



Thumbs Up I think so !!

sure i think so too........ Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up
 Aggro66616/12/2009 14:43:14 GMT
bwin is not able to handle anything what they are doing... no software, no server, no support... they should clean up their mess in their own house before starting thinking about anything else
 SuperNoob17/12/2009 23:08:00 GMT
if they merge it might be good news for me, they might allow players from my country to play on the combined network (can't play on party now)

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