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PartyGaming has been around for a while. The company was founded in 1997, and is the driving force behind PartyPoker, one of the largest online poker sites in the world, along with PartyCasino, a massive online gambling site powered by six types of game software. In addition to their flagship sites, PartyGaming provides a white label service to dozens of third-party operators. Their current software focuses very heavily on slots, with more than 80 exclusive titles now available.

History

Founded in 1997, PartyGaming started life by launching Starluck Casino. The company jumped into the online poker business in 2001 with PartyPoker, which quickly became the largest online poker site in the world (though is now #4 due to their withdrawal from the US market in 2006). After the group became listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2005 they began to expand. PartyCasino went live in early 2006, and by the end of that same year the group’s bingo and sports betting sites were also up and running. Today, PartyGaming employs more than 1300 in its head offices in Gibraltar.


In 2011, PartyGaming merged with Bwin to form Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment. This made them one of the biggest online gaming and sports providers, boasting products such as PartyPoker and Bwin Sports. In September of 2015, after protracted negotiations, GVC Holdings acquired Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment for a reported £1.1 billion. At the time of singing the deal, they stressed that sport betting will form the majority part of the business (70%), which rakes in around EUR 4.5 billion for Bwin every year.

PROS
  • Exclusive Hollywood game licenses
  • Good progressive jackpot network
  • Strong, functional software
CONS
  • Does not accept US players
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