Playtech PLC (PTEC.L)
|Market Cap (Mil.):||£1,905.77|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||292.34|
May 21 - Ladbrokes said as many as 100 employees at its headquarters in Harrow could lose their jobs as Britain's second-largest bookmaker transfers a number of roles to its operation in Israel, set up as part of its agreement with gaming software developer Playtech.
LONDON, April 25 - Flush with cash from the sale of its stake in its joint venture with William Hill, gaming software company Playtech is looking at bid targets, Chief Executive Mor Weizer said on Thursday.
LONDON, March 14 - Britain's Playtech beat earnings estimates in 2012 as it strengthened its position as the market leader in gambling software, and said it was confident for 2013.
March 12 () - (The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, March 12 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings says that the transaction announced by Ladbrokes plc (Ladbrokes, 'BB+'/Stable) whereby its online gaming business will partner with Playtech Ltd, will not cause any deterioration to Ladbrokes' 2012 lease adjusted net debt / EBITDAR of 2.8x. This is a result of sustainable improvements in performance delivered in 2012 by Ladbrokes and instalment payments for the remuneration of Pl
LONDON - Ladbrokes Plc, Britain's second-largest bookmaker, has positioned itself for a stronger push into online and mobile gambling through a tie-up with a specialist software developer.
* To take on 40 staff to form a new digital marketing team
LONDON, March 11 - Ladbrokes, Britain's second-largest bookmaker, is betting on a tie-up with gaming software developer Playtech to rack up earnings from growing demand for online gambling.
LONDON, March 11 - Playtech Ltd : * Signs new software and advisory services agreements with Ladbrokes * Landmark agreement to provide Ladbrokes with advisory services for
LONDON, March 10 - Ladbrokes, Britain's second-largest bookmaker, is poised to strike a deal with gaming software supplier Playtech, to boost its online operations, The Sunday Times reported.
- William Hill is to pay 424 million pounds ($643 million) for full control of its online business, marking an acceleration of the expansion of Britain's largest bookmaker.