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NOBLE POKER SOLD TO EMPIRE ONLINE

Date August 2005
Price $40,000,0001
Assets Noble Poker & Club Dice Casino, MonacoGold Casino, Carnival Casino, and YouBingo.
Buyer
Status Still exits on the iPoker Network
Software No
Success

Noble Poker was sold to Empire Online for $40,000,000 in cash. The agreement also included three casinos and one bingo room.

​Noble Poker was on the iPoker network and the acquired casinos was licensed by Playtech an Israli based company traded on the UK stock market.

Noble Poker was the largest poker room on the iPoker network at the time when the deal was made.

Noble Poker was formerly promoted by CasinoPartners (now called EuroPartners) who allegedly is a sub-division of Playtech exclusively promoting Playtech licensed casinos and poker rooms.

Today in 2012 EuroPartners is most well-known for its brands such as Titan Poker & Casino Tropez.

The purchase didn't turn out not to be a success given that the casinos was sold for less only 1,5 years later to Party Gaming for $10,000,000 less than what Empire Online paid for the casinos.

Read the article Noble Poker sold to Party Gaming.


1 globes.co.il 18 July, 2005