On Thursday, Amaya released the second quarter results for 2015. According to the report, revenues grew 10% to approximately $320 million compared to the same period last year. Online casino compromised about 11% of revenues, the rest of the revenues came almost entirely from poker.
"This was another exciting quarter for Amaya," said David Baazov, Amaya's Chairman and CEO. "Our core poker business remains strong and our customers have embraced our expansion into non-poker offerings.
"We've completed our transition to a pure B2C technology company having finalized the divestiture of our B2B businesses," added Baazov. "We substantially reduced our leverage and improved our financial condition. Since the acquisition of our B2C business, we've repaid approximately US$529 million of our long-term debt, thereby eliminating an estimated US$62 million of related interest expense."
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