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Der britische Online-Spieleanbieter PartyGaming plc (ISIN GI000A0ERMF2 (Nachrichten)/ WKN A0ERMF) verbuchte im vierten Quartal einen kräftigen Umsatzanstieg.

Wie der weltweit größte Anbieter von Online-Pokerspielen am Freitag bekannt gab, verbesserten sich die Umsatzerlöse im Schlussquartal um 65 Prozent auf 320,3 Mio. Dollar, nach 194,0 Mio. Dollar im Vorjahreszeitraum. Insgesamt verzeichnete der Konzern im Schlussquartal 229.277 neue Spieler. Insgesamt verbesserte sich der durchschnittliche Tagesumsatz von 1,9 Mio. Dollar auf 2,5 Mio. Dollar.

Insgesamt entwickelte sich der Verlauf im vierten Quartal im Rahmen der Erwartungen. Dabei hat sich die Nachfrage nach BlackJack angesichts der deutlich gesteigerten Nachfrage einige Wochen nach der Einführung dieses Angebots etwas gelegt. Derzeit hat sich diese Entwicklung jedoch stabilisiert wobei bei diesem Angebot nunmehr ein durchschnittlicher Tagesumsatz von 0,8 Mio. Dollar erreicht wird.

Partygaming leider im Minus, vielleicht hatten Anleger mit noch besseren Zahlen gerechnet.

Letztes Jahr legte Partygaming einen Reebound mit über 100% hin, ich schätzte auf 50-70%.

Ende des Jahres sehe ich Partygaming zwischen 4,50-5,o Euro und 2007 2stellig;)

Schaut sie euch an und schreibt mir eure Meinung.



Deutsche Bk Upgrades PartyGaming Target, Pft
Friday, January 27, 2006 5:57:33 AM ET
Dow Jones Newswires

0941 GMT [Dow Jones] Deutsche Bank raises PartyGaming`s (PRY.LN) price target to 170p from 160p, and `05 EBITDA forecast by 2% to $561M following strong 4Q `05 trading update and bullish outlook. Broker also upgrades `06 EBITDA estimate to $665M from $635M and `07 EBITDA to $710M from $670M, resulting in a 5% upgrade to EPS in `06 and 6% in `07. Broker reiterates buy on stock. PartyGaming shares -3.1% at 142.25p. (LEV)



DrKW Reiterates Buy Rating On PartyGaming

Friday, January 27, 2006 5:12:23 AM ET
Dow Jones Newswires

0855 GMT [Dow Jones] Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein reiterates PartyGaming (PRTY.LN) at buy as "4Q revenue of $320.3M was 5.4% ahead of our forecast and 65% up year-on-year, driven by strong underlying poker growth and the continued popularity of blackjack." Says margins remained stable, "leading us to upgrade our 2005 forecasts by 1.8%." While it`s still early stages in `06, the strong 4Q performance and update means that DrKW has upgraded its `06 EPS forecast by 2.9% to USc15.5. Shares trade -0.7% at 144.5p. (SMT)


Kawa
[posting]19.909.695 von Kawasaki am 27.01.06 13:27:02[/posting]Schaut euch selbst die vielen Empfehlungen an.

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-aktien/partygami…


Kawa
In den letzten Wochen hat sich der Kurs eingependelt. Nichts aufregendes. Bin gepannt wie sich die Nachrichten auf den Kurs auswirkt. :look:
MFG F.
Oft kommt es anders als man glaubt. :eek:
Hat wer eine Ahnung warum Partygaming fällt?

MFG F.
"normale" Gewinnmitnahmen nach sell on good news..
dranbleiben!
absolut richtig dr_hell

alle mit SL und schwachen nerven (panikverkäufe) wurden rausgedrängt und die big boys positionieren sich für die anstehenden jahreszahlen.

denke anfang märz wird das papier um die 170 notieren.
London 135,55 GBp +9,55 +7,58% 01.02. 18:13:01

wichtige Gegenbewegung, da sind Interessenten im Markt.
Moin,

da darüber noch nichts in den Medien bekannt ist, wollte ich Euch diese freudige Nachricht, die ich heute Nacht erhalten habe, mit Euch teilen.

Endlich ist das HickHack um Empire Poker vorbei!

Gruss
MastiMO

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Von: Richwebmaster Marketing Team
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 16. Februar 2006 00:28

Betreff: RichWebmaster Special Empire Poker Announcement



******************** News Flash ********************

Empire Poker Sold

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Dear ....,

Empire Poker has been sold to PartyGaming Plc. The action is not official pending approval by the shareholders of Empire Online Ltd but operations are progressing as if the agreement has been accepted. Terms of the agreement state that the new owners of Empire Poker will no longer be paying for any affiliate efforts not stemming from their own affiliate program.

Affiliates should remove all Empire Poker links tracking through RichWebmaster. Any players sent to Empire Poker with a Richwebmaster link will not track from this day forward.

This is a great opportunity to show your players a new poker room. Replace those Empire Poker links with links to PokeRound and with tournaments, Player`s Points and a 150% welcome, you will watch your player base grow. Affiliates are welcome to email us at support@richwebmaster.com if they have any questions.

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Interessant zu wissen:
ISWI Subsidiary Signs New Contract With Sportingbet
Thursday April 20, 1:42 pm ET
GIG Reaches Agreement With the World's Largest Online Betting and Gaming Group to Enhance Their In-Run Live Betting Product


WEST PATERSON, N.J., April 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Interactive Systems Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: ISWI - News) announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Global Interactive Gaming Limited ("GIG"), signed a new agreement with Interactive Sports Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sportingbet PLC, one of the worlds largest online betting and gaming Group ("Sportingbet"). GIG will provide software and services to allow Sportingbet to offer an enhanced play-by-play betting service throughout the course of a sporting event. The betting markets, which will be integrated and offered alongside Sportingbet's existing offerings, will be deployed across Sportingbet's websites throughout Europe.
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Sportingbet is currently one of GIG's largest bookmaking partners. This new agreement will provide GIG with a share of the wagering revenue from the enhanced play-by-play betting service. GIG will manage the fast resolving in-run "play-by-play" wagering markets, including their creation, the setting of initial odds and subsequent odds changes, their closing and their eventual settlement. This service will be offered in conjunction with other more traditional markets that are already currently managed by Sportingbet. Sportingbet will accept the wagers and manage the bookmaking on all markets.

Bernard Albanese, President of ISWI, stated, "We are very pleased to have entered into this agreement with Sportingbet. To receive this level of endorsement by them, one of the world's largest online betting and gaming Group is very gratifying. We are optimistic that this enhanced product, offered throughout Europe through more than twenty websites, will benefit both companies. We look forward to aligning ourselves with Sportingbet to offer their customers the most comprehensive in-run betting service available to the public."

Kenny Alexander, Managing Director of Sportingbet Europe said, "We are excited to be able to offer this seamless solution for the innovative betting opportunities made possible by the SportXction® system. This service will enhance our live betting service by significantly increasing our customers betting opportunities."

The product will be offered in multiple languages, and wagers will be accepted in multiple currencies. GIG utilizes the SportXction® System, developed by ISWI, to manage primarily short-term, play-by-play oriented, betting opportunities ("propositions" or "markets") during a live sporting event. The agreement is for an initial 18-month term and Sportingbet Europe will make available the SportXction® system for all of the currently available sports of football, cricket, golf, tennis, rugby, basketball, NFL, snooker and darts. Both parties expect this new service to be offered to the public prior to the World Cup, scheduled for early June.

About SportXction®

SportXction® is a patented, real-time, software system, which allows a player to make play-by-play wagers on a sporting event while the event is in progress. Wagering may be conducted while viewing a live or televised sporting event, or listening to it on the radio. The wagers offered are mostly oriented to short-term action, for example, is the penalty kick successful, is the next play a run or a pass, is the next pitch a ball or a strike, does the shooter make two foul shots, and many more. The wagers have odds associated with them, which relate to the probable outcome of the proposition being wagered upon, and the odds are adjusted in real time to balance the pool using proprietary artificial intelligence software to reflect player sentiment, as derived from the betting patterns. The system can be used with virtually any sport.

About Global Interactive Gaming Limited (GIG)

GIG was acquired by ISWI from international owners, principally The Kirch Group, a German multimedia conglomerate, in late July 2002. GIG has modern, secure facilities, including operating suites, a computer hub with communications services, system demonstration resources, plus offices to house corporate/administrative, operations, technical, maintenance, support, marketing and legal services. The facility is capable of simultaneously operating the SportXction(TM) system on four sporting events while interconnected with users playing the game via interactive television, the Internet and mobile phones. GIG currently runs over 1,500 sporting events per year in the UK alone. GIG currently has a staff of 9 and there is substantial room for expansion in the facility.

About Sportingbet

Sportingbet Plc, one of the world's largest online betting and gaming Group, is based in London and is listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market (LSE: SBT - News). Sportingbet's aim is to provide adult customers with high quality gambling and gaming services in an environment that is convenient, entertaining, fair, regulated and secure. Overall, the company has over 3.9 million registered customers in 200 countries, who place over 1.5 million bets (sports, casino and virtual games) per day. Total bet volumes show the Group now takes 18 bets per second and 21 games of poker are played per second. Sportingbet operates over 40 branded websites in 21 languages, with individual brands tailored to specific market needs, each offering a wide range of betting and gaming products from poker and sportsbetting to bingo and casino games. For further information please visit www.sportingbetplc.com.
Habe zwar keine Aktien von Partygaming aber was solls.
Denke die Info ist für entsprechende Anteilseigner eventuell von Interesse:


05.07.2006 18:31:35
Aktien London Schluss:


PartyGaming gaben 3,45 Prozent auf 112,00 Pence ab. Mitglieder des Managements haben sich Berichten zufolge von Aktienanteilen getrennt, und das zwei Wochen vor der Bekanntgabe von Zahlen für das zweite Quartal./sc/sk


Fragt sich doch nur noch warum? :rolleyes:
Ich glaube, das Ding wird ab jetzt nur noch laufen. Schade, das die Aktie hier auf w:o anscheinend wenig bekannt ist. :(
leichte Gewinnmitnahmen zum Nachkauf genutzt. Umsätze in Frankfurt sind nicht fett, aber man kann die Aktie hier gut handeln. Der Chart schaut astrein aus, nächste Woche gehts weiter rauf. :lick: ;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 23.150.383 von krokodil2595 am 28.07.06 14:14:00:rolleyes:

Ich habe meine ersten Partygaming's nach dem "großen Absturz" vor knapp einem Jahr gekauft und sehe bei Partygaming einen langfristigen Aufwärtstrend. Partygaming is sehr volatil und anfällig gegen "Störmeldungen a la USA", bet on sport oder bet and win (bwin). Aber die Halbahreszahlen waren überzeugend, und die üblicherweise starken Quartale III und IV kommen ja noch!

Übrigens: Die Dividende war auch ganz nett! Plötzlich waren da knapp über 1.500 Euro auf meinem Konto!

Ich verstehe auch nicht, warum Partygaming in Deutschland so "unterbelichtet" ist. Naja - das wird vielleicht auch noch. Mit bwin habe ich mal einen schnellen Zock gemacht - Partygaming möchte ich noch länger halten. Aber habe immmer ein Auge drauf...

:rolleyes:
PartyGaming Plc


Interim results - Thursday 7 September 2006


Analyst meeting, webcast and conference call details



PartyGaming Plc, the world's leading online gaming company, will announce its
interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2006 on Thursday 7 September
2006. The Group will be hosting an analyst meeting for invited UK-based
analysts on the day of the results and there will be a simultaneous webcast and
dial-in broadcast of the meeting. To register for the live webcast, please
pre-register on the PartyGaming website (www.partygaming.com). Details for the
dial-in facility are given below and a copy of the webcast and slide
presentation given at the meeting will be available on the Group's website
during the day on 7 September 2006. For international investors and analysts,
there will also be an interactive conference call starting at 2.30pm BST,
details of which are set out below.



An interview with Mitch Garber, Chief Executive Officer and Martin Weigold,
Group Finance Director, in video/audio and text will also be available from
7.00am BST on 7 September 2006 on: http://www.partygaming.com and on http://
www.cantos.com.



Dial-in details to listen to the analyst presentation: 7 September 2006
9.20 am Please call +44(0)20 7138 0835 (UK)
9.30 am Meeting starts



A recording of the meeting will be available for a period of seven days from 7
September 2006. To access the recording please dial the following replay
telephone number:


Replay telephone number: +44 (0)20 7806 1970 (UK)
Replay Passcode: 9854815



Conference call: Thursday 7 September 2006

For international analysts and investors there will also be an opportunity to
put questions to Mitch Garber, Chief Executive Officer, and Martin Weigold,
Group Finance Director, by way of a conference call. The details of the call
are as follows:


2.20 pm Please call +44 (0) 1452 562 815 (UK) / +1 866 629 0054 (US)
2.30 pm Conference call starts



A recording of the conference call will be available for a period of five days
from 7 September 2006. To access the recording please dial the following replay
telephone number:


UK Replay telephone number: +44 (0) 1452 550 000
UK Replay Passcode: 4098005
US Replay telephone number: +1 866 247 4222
US Replay Passcode: 4098005



All times are British Summer Time.



Contacts:


Financial Dynamics +44 (0)20 7831 3113
Edward Bridges / Juliet Clarke
:laugh:

PartyGaming Plc. Announces Interim Dividend Of 3.0 Cents Per Share
Thu 7 Sep 2006 11:03 AM BST
PartyGaming Plc. announced that it has declared an interim dividend of 3.0 cents per share. The dividend will be paid on October 31, 2006 to shareholders and depositary interest holders on the register of members or depositary interest register respectively at the close of business on October 6, 2006 and therefore the Company's shares will trade ex-dividend from October 4, 2006.

:laugh:
7 September 2006
PartyGaming Plc

Interim results for the six months to 30 June 2006

Highlights

• Revenues up 51% to $661.9m (2005: $437.4m) with continued growth in poker
and very strong growth in casino; non-US revenues up 151% to $149.8m
(2005: $59.8m)

• Clean EBITDA* up 47% to $380.0m (2005: $257.7m); EBITDA after share option
charges and IPO-related expenses up 74% to $340.6m (2005: $195.4m)

• Clean earnings per share* up 42% to 8.8 cents (2005: 6.2 cents); basic
earnings per share up 73% to 7.8 cents (2005: 4.5 cents)

• Cashflow from operating activities before movements in working capital
up 62% to $380.0m (2005: $235.1m)

• Total real money sign-ups up by 19% to 519,532 with 46% of Q2 sign-ups
coming from outside the US

• Interim dividend of 3.0 cents per share (2005: nil)


* EBITDA / earnings per share before IPO-related expenses and non-cash charges
relating to share options which are to be satisfied by existing shares that were
effectively gifted to the Employee Trust by the Principal Shareholders.



All references to "$" mean US Dollars.



Commenting on the interim results, Mitch Garber, Chief Executive Officer, said:


"PartyGaming has delivered a strong first half performance. These results
demonstrate the strength of our business model and also the potential to grow
our business through investment in the development of new products and new
territories outside North America.

"Our ability to adapt and innovate has ensured that we remain the clear market
leader. The recent additions of backgammon and an exclusively non-US facing
sportsbook should add momentum to our expanding international revenue base,
assisted by the forthcoming launch of multi-lingual versions of our games and
marketing initiatives in a number of new territories

Whilst regulatory uncertainties continue, the Board remains confident about the
Group's full year prospects."

Details of an analyst presentation, live webcast and conference call taking
place later today are provided later in this press release.



Contacts:


PartyGaming Plc 7 September 2006: +44 (0)20 7831 3113
Mitch Garber, Chief Executive Officer
Martin Weigold, Group Finance Director
Peter Reynolds, Director of Investor Relations
John Shepherd, Director of Corporate Communications

Financial Dynamics +44 (0)20 7831 3113
Edward Bridges / Juliet Clarke
By Pete Harrison

LONDON (Reuters) - The United States detained a second Internet gaming executive on Thursday, adding to fears it is cracking down on the lucrative industry and sparking share price falls that wiped over 800 million pounds off the market value of the sector.

Online bookmaker Sportingbet Plc (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) said its chairman, Peter Dicks, had been detained by U.S. authorities, mirroring the detention in July of another online gaming CEO on racketeering charges.

Shares across the 6.4 billion pound-a-year industry fell sharply, with industry leader PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) plunging as much as 19 percent before closing 9.8 percent lower at 105-3/4 pence. 888 Holdings Plc (888.L: Quote, Profile, Research) dropped 15.8 percent.


Dicks was arrested in New York late on Wednesday at JFK Airport on a warrant from Louisiana, said Pasquale DiFulco, a spokesman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

"He was picked up at 11:30 p.m. (EDT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) at JFK Airport on an active out-of-state warrant. He's being held by Port Authority police awaiting extradition," said DiFulco, who would not reveal the nature of the charges.

"This arrest highlights the U.S. Department of Justice is going after online gaming companies by arresting their board members," said a London analyst who declined to be named.

Analyst Paul Leyland at Arbuthnot Securities said he was keen to know whether the charge sheet contained anything that might allow the extradition of any other Sportingbet executives.

He said the long-term impact on the sector would also depend on whether the charges related to taking sports bets from U.S. citizens or taking U.S. gamblers' money in general, including online casino and poker wagers.

Sportingbet said earlier on Thursday it had sought an immediate temporary suspension of its shares pending clarification of the situation.

RACKETEERING CHARGES

Analysts said Sportingbet's U.S.-focused sports betting business was similar to that of BETonSPORTS (BSS.L: Quote, Profile, Research), whose CEO David Carruthers was arrested in Texas in July.

Carruthers and seven others pleaded not guilty to racketeering and other charges. The Costa Rica-based company has since said it is closing its U.S. business.


"Clearly the first indictment against BETonSPORTS was not a company-specific issue," said one London analyst.

News of Dicks's detention overshadowed strong results from PartyGaming, which said core profit rose 47 percent in the first six months of the year to $380 million and stressed it was reducing its dependence on the U.S. market.

PartyGaming said it whittled down the percentage of revenues it takes from the United States to 77 percent in the first half, from 86 percent a year earlier.

PartyGaming has been trying to reduce its U.S. exposure for over a year, partly as a response to attempts by some U.S. politicians to get Internet gaming banned.

PartyGaming Chief Executive Mitch Garber told a conference call on Thursday that the anti-gambling bill, backed by Rep. Bob Goodlatte, faced opposition in the Senate, and time was running short ahead of U.S. elections.

"Time is in short supply, and the bill continues to face opposition, but this is politics, and we are not complacent, and the outcome remains uncertain," he said.
UPDATE 1-Market Chatter -- Corporate finance press digest
Fri Sep 8, 2006 9:09 AM BST
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PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) Chief Executive Mitch Garber told The Times newspaper he hoped to sign up an Asian partner before the year-end after talks with potential partners
UPDATE 1-Sportingbet arrest sparks fears of wider crackdown
Fri Sep 8, 2006 10:22 AM BST

By Pete Harrison

LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Online bookmaker Sportingbet (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) said its chairman faced charges in the United States for providing "gambling by computer", sparking fears no executive in the $12-billion-a-year industry was safe from prosecution.

Sportingbet said Chairman Peter Dicks had been arrested at JFK Airport in New York early on Thursday for alleged violation of Louisiana State laws, mirroring the arrest in July of another CEO on racketeering charges.

Finance Director Andy McIver told Reuters on Friday, "Until this is resolved I won't be travelling to the U.S."


"The Louisiana laws involved are incredibly wide ranging," he added. "It covers practically any form of doing anything involving any sort of gaming and a computer."

The arrest of Dicks added to fears of a U.S. crackdown on the lucrative industry and wiped over $1.5 billion off the stock market value of the UK-listed sector on Thursday.

"What was he doing?" asked one London analyst who declined to be named. "You just don't travel to the U.S. any more if you're in that business."

Investors had been keen for an update on whether the arrest of Dicks was linked to Sportingbet's sports betting operations, or whether it also covered other online gambling activities like poker and casino.

"The fact that Louisiana state law does not make a distinction between the type of gaming activities being provided means that this latest move is likely to have implications for William Hill (WMH.L: Quote, Profile, Research), 888.com (888.L: Quote, Profile, Research) and PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) in particular," said analyst David Jennings at Davy stockbrokers.

Individual states might now try to go after other Internet gaming companies, he added.

A PartyGaming spokesman said: "It would be inappropriate to comment on Sportingbet's situation, especially since we've yet to find out what this is all about."

888 and William Hill were not immediately available for comment.

The arrest of Dicks follows that in July of David Carruthers, Chief Executive of rival firm BETonSPORTS (BSS.L: Quote, Profile, Research), on racketeering charges.


Carruthers and seven others pleaded not guilty to racketeering and other charges. His Costa Rica-based company has since said it is closing its U.S. business.
FTSE 100 ticks up as oil dips, BP climbs
Fri Sep 8, 2006 12:12 PM BST

Online gaming stocks were mostly steady after suffering sharp losses in the previous session on uncertainty surrounding the sector. PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) was up 0.7 percent after tumbling 10 percent on Thursday.
FTSE 100 declines further, led by miners, oils
Mon Sep 11, 2006 12:33 PM BST

Partygaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) rose 1.2 percent, which traders attributed partly to a report in The Times that it was in talks with potential partners in Asia. "It continues to generate extraordinary cash and it has not taken sporting bets in the US, which were behind the two U.S. arrests so far elsewhere in the sector. But there will remain uncertainties until U.S. legislation is changed," Hunter said.

Sportingbet (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) was down 38.9 percent after resuming trading following suspension on Thursday when the company announced its chairman, Peter Dicks, had been arrested in the U.S. amid a crackdown on Internet gaming. The firm confirmed on Monday that Dicks had been granted bail by a New York court and said he was expected to attend a further hearing on Thursday. "The price is down too far and there have been some big buyers today," a trader said.
Sportingbet Plc
14 September 2006

Further to its recent announcements regarding Mr Peter Dicks, Sportingbet
confirms that, with great reluctance, at 2.25 p.m. today, the Board accepted the
resignation of Mr Dicks as Independent Non-executive Chairman of Sportingbet
with immediate effect. Mr. Dicks indicated that he wishes to concentrate on
personal matters. The Board will announce a new Independent Non-executive
Chairman in due course.
UPDATE 2-Sportingbet chairman quits, allowed to leave U.S.
Thu Sep 14, 2006 5:40 PM BST

By Jonathan Cable

LONDON, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Sportingbet's (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) Chairman Peter Dicks quit his job with the online bookmaker on Thursday, within minutes of a New York City court ruling that he could leave the United States, sending its shares up 25 percent.

Dicks left the criminal court after a 10-minute hearing. He was given back his passport and made no comment but is expected to return home soon.


"His intention is to return to the UK shortly," a source familiar with the situation said.

The company issued a brief statement in London saying it had accepted Dicks immediate departure with great reluctance and later said New York Governor George Pataki's office had withdrawn a governor's warrant necessary to transfer Dicks to the state of Louisiana.

Sportingbet's shares rose 10 percent early on amid speculation Dicks might not be extradited to Louisiana to face charges of violating the state's laws against online gambling.

News of the court ruling sent them up another 15 percent to close at 192 pence.

Dicks had appeared in court to face charges of "gambling by computer" and was allowed to return to Britain on the condition that he return to New York on Sept. 28 for a hearing on his extradition to Louisiana.

"People feel that this is a more pragmatic approach to gaming firms and is a bit less negative for the company. But the stock is still a long way off from where it was a few months ago. This is still a sector with remarkably little visibility," one dealer said following Dicks's court appearance.

Sportingbet said Dicks had left to concentrate on personal matters and that a new independent non-executive chairman would be appointed in due course.


U.S. AUTHORITIES CLEAR UP


Dicks's arrest last week at JFK airport in New York followed that in July of David Carruthers, who was then chief executive of BETonSPORTS Plc (BSS.L: Quote, Profile, Research), by U.S. federal authorities on racketeering charges.

Costa-Rica based BETonSPORTS has since said it is closing its U.S. business.

The arrest of Dicks added to fears of a U.S. crackdown on the online gambling industry and wiped over $1.5 billion off the stock market value of the UK-listed sector last Thursday.

"No-one is much the wiser as to what will happen until the September 28 hearing," said a spokesman for an online gaming company who declined to be named.

Investors have been looking for insight into whether Dicks's arrest was linked to Sportingbet's sports betting operations, or whether it also covered other online gambling activities like poker and casino.

Sportingbet's Finance Director, Andy McIver, has said that the Louisiana laws involved are wide ranging and cover any sort of gaming and a computer.

Shares in rivals PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) closed up 4.3 percent at 110-1/4 pence while 888.com (888.L: Quote, Profile, Research) closed up 2.4 percent at 150p. (Additional reporting by Anshuman Daga in London and Bill Rigby in New York)
FTSE ends lower as Wall St falls on economic data
Thu Sep 14, 2006 5:51 PM BST

Among the risers, Partygaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) climbed 4.3 percent, helped by positive sentiment after 888 Holdings Plc (888.L: Quote, Profile, Research), another online gambling company, announced a change of chief executive and forecast a satisfactory full-year performance.
weiss einer wie es mit der zukünftigen rechtslage bei onlinegames aussieht?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 23.677.821 von PeterS. am 30.08.06 08:45:28Hi,
bin vor ca. 4 Wochen ausgestiegen, verfolge den Wert aber immer noch mit einem Auge ;) Eins ist klar: wenn man in dem Bereich investieren will, dann partygaming, allerdings ist mir im Moment hier alles zu undurchsichtig,tagesmeldungsabhängig und somit volatil. :(
Gruß
Empire Online H1 EBITDA falls, warns 2007 earnings growth may be challenging

LONDON (AFX) - Online gaming company Empire Online Limited said it expects
earnings growth in 2007 to be challenging if there is no pick up in the sign-up
rates of new players.
The company made the warning as it posted a fall in EBITDA for the six
months to June to 15.7 mln usd from 24.9 mln a year earlier.
Empire said it is currently signing up around 250 new real money players a
day and that while it expects full year results to be broadly in line with
market expectations 2007 will be challenging if there is no improvement in sign
up rates.
Net gaming revenue for the half was 38.2 mln usd compared to 49.7 mln a year
ago. But if revenues from Empire Poker, which was sold to PartyGaming in
February, are excluded net gaming revenue was 34.7 mln usd compared to 10.7 mln.
The net gaming revenue for its casino operations, boosted by the purchase of
Playtech licenses last year, rose to 30.2 mln usd from 10.7 mln and offset the
fall in poker revenues, which were down to 8 mln usd from 39 mln after the
Empire Poker sale.
Empire said the sale made a net profit of 237 mln usd after costs.
Referring to recent legal problems of other online gambling companies in the
US the company said: "The regulatory uncertainty that the online gaming industry
has always faced has increased as a consequence of recent events. In light of
this, the board will review carefully all uses for the company's surplus capital
in order to maximize shareholder value."
The company said it will pay an interim dividend of around 1.7 cents a
share.
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FTSE edges up led by miners, tobaccos weigh
Tue Sep 26, 2006 8:40 AM BST

PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) rose 0.3 percent, unaffected by news that the chairman and director of online gambling company World Gaming (WGP.L: Quote, Profile, Research) have resigned, amid the continuing clampdown of the sector by authorities in the United States.
FTSE extends gains, boosted by Hanson bid talk
Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:33 AM BST

Elsewhere, PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) rose 1 percent, unaffected by news that the chairman and director of online gambling company World Gaming (WGP.L: Quote, Profile, Research) have resigned, amid the continuing clampdown of the sector by authorities in the United States. Empire Online (EOL.L: Quote, Profile, Research) reported profit after amortisation and non-recurring charges before taxation of $253.1 million and the CEO said he sees a "new reality" in online gaming and is cautious on acquisitions.
US state warns net gambling firms to stay away -FT
Wed Sep 27, 2006 1:29 AM BST

LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Louisiana is determined to stop Internet gambling companies from taking bets in the southern U.S. state and has issued four arrest warrants for staff at Sportingbet Plc (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research), a police officer told the Financial Times.

Captain Joe Lentini, head of the casino section of Louisiana's Police Gaming Enforcement division, said in an interview published on Wednesday the warrants included one for Peter Dicks, former chairman of the UK-listed company.

Dicks is due to appear in a New York court on Thursday to hear if he will be extradited to Louisiana, the newspaper said.

The other three warrants were for Sportingbet executives or directors, Lentini said, declining to reveal names.


In a worrying sign for the lucrative online gambling business, the officer told the FT he was also investigating other companies and their bosses were at risk of arrest.

"We have agents all over the state working on this daily. There are other sites we're looking into," Lentini said.

Louisiana is one of a number of U.S. states that prohibits Internet gambling, which has become a hot topic in recent weeks amid fears of a crackdown by the United States.

The Dicks court case comes as the U.S. Senate mulls whether to tighten federal laws against the practice. The bill would prohibit most forms of Internet gambling and make it illegal for banks and credit card companies to make payments to online gambling sites.

Investors in British-based gaming companies such as BETonSPORTS Plc (BSS.L: Quote, Profile, Research), Partygaming Plc (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) and 888 Holdings Plc (888.L: Quote, Profile, Research) are closely watching the U.S. legislation.

Sportingbet executive director Nigel Payne wrote in an article for the Times newspaper on Wednesday that the opposition to online-gambling was spurred more by commercial interests than a desire to protect minors from getting hooked.

"I believe that the real picture that emerges is one of fiscal protectionism that is being masked by political manoeuvering and adroit public relations," Payne wrote.

Dicks was arrested in New York this month on charges of "gambling by computer." His arrest followed that in July of David Carruthers, then chief executive of BETonSPORTS
UK Stocks Factors -- Factors to watch on Sept 27
Wed Sep 27, 2006 6:38 AM BST

SPORTINGBET (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research)
The Financial Times reports that Louisiana is determined to stop Internet gambling companies from taking bets in the southern U.S. state and has issued four arrest warrants for staff at Sportingbet Plc (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research).
UPDATE 1-William Hill ends U.S. gaming on legal issues
Wed Sep 27, 2006 1:18 PM BST

LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - British bookmaker William Hill (WMH.L: Quote, Profile, Research) said on Wednesday it had stopped its gaming business in the United States, pending clarification of the scope and enforceability of state and federal gaming laws.

William Hill said it had taken steps to stop accepting casino and poker business from clients with a U.S. address or U.S.-issued credit card, the same as steps already in place to prevent Internet betting on sports events by U.S. residents.

This year has seen the arrests in the United States of Sportingbet Plc's (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) chairman on charges of "gambling by computer" and BETonSPORTS Plc's (BSS.L: Quote, Profile, Research) then chief executive on racketeering charges.



Costa Rica-based BETonSPORTS subsequently said it is closing its U.S. business, and the arrests added to fears of a U.S. crackdown on the online gambling industry.

Shares across the sector have taken a series of knocks since July as some U.S. politicians seek to ban Internet gambling there and as U.S. and European authorities also target executives from Austria's Bwin.com (BWIN.VI: Quote, Profile, Research).

William Hill shares were down 0.3 percent at 644 pence by 1200 GMT, valuing the group at around 2.3 billion pounds ($4.4 billion).

Sportingbet was down 3.4 percent at 173-1/2p, PartyGaming (PRTY.L: Quote, Profile, Research) was down 1.2 percent at 99-1/4p and Bwin was up 2.2 percent at 20.8 euros.
UPDATE 3-Sportingbet finance chief expects US arrest warrant
Wed Sep 27, 2006 3:23 PM BST

By Pete Harrison

LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Sportingbet's (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research) Finance Director Andy McIver is working on the assumption that the U.S. state of Louisiana has a warrant out for his arrest on online gambling charges, he said in an interview on Wednesday.

His comments follow the arrest of Sportingbet Chairman Peter Dicks at JFK airport in New York earlier this month on charges of "gambling by computer".


"I'm personally working on the assumption that it is a stronger possibility rather than a weaker possibility," McIver told Reuters by phone from London when asked whether he expected Louisiana to have a warrant out for his arrest.

Shares across the sector have taken a series of knocks since July as some U.S. politicians seek to ban Internet gambling there and as U.S. and European prosecutors also target executives from BETonSPORTS (BSS.L: Quote, Profile, Research) and Bwin.com (BWIN.VI: Quote, Profile, Research).

In a separate announcement on Wednesday, British bookmaker William Hill (WMH.L: Quote, Profile, Research) said it had stopped its gaming business in the United States, pending clarification on the scope and enforceability of state and federal gaming laws.

UK gaming stocks have lost a combined 2.4 billion pounds ($4.6 billion) in value since the end of June as the industry continues to haemorrhage value and lose executives.

"We have now formally said that no board member is to go to the United States following the arrest of Peter Dicks," said McIver, who is due to take over as Sportingbet's chief executive in October.

Dicks quit his job at Sportingbet earlier this month and is due to return to New York on Sept. 28 for a hearing on his possible extradition to Louisiana.

The Financial Times reported on Wednesday that Louisiana had issued three more arrest warrants for Sportingbet staff.

"They said all along that there are other people," said McIver. "They said all along that it is us as a company. Therefore I assumed that, as one of what is a handful of executive directors, I would be one of them. But I don't know."

Sportingbet shares fell by as much as 3.1 percent on Wednesday, but by 1400 GMT they were down by just 1.4 percent at 176-3/4 pence, valuing the group at around 745 million pounds.


EXTRADITION OUTLOOK

Lawyers say U.S. prosecutors would not be able to extradite Sportingbet's executives from the UK because they have not been charged with anything illegal under British law.

Only by adding a crime such as fraud to the charge sheet would extradition be possible, they say.

McIver's comments follow a week of negative sentiment for the online gaming sector.

On Monday, Sportingbet's merger target World Gaming (WGP.L: Quote, Profile, Research) said its chairman and a director had resigned, and on Tuesday Empire Online (EOL.L: Quote, Profile, Research) told Reuters it was reining back its aggressive acquisition plans and considering safer options for its $250 million war chest.

On Tuesday, London's upmarket Ritz Hotel said it had closed its online gaming site due to legal uncertainty.

McIver said U.S. law on online gaming had not changed either at a federal level or at a state level in Louisiana, which has had anti-online gambling laws since 1997.

"Until something fundamentally changes -- some law goes through the Senate or if the courts take a different view -- then maybe we'll rebalance strategy," he said. "We'd review the situation." (Additional reporting by Gavin Haycock) (To read Reuters' story on William Hill ending its U.S. gaming business please click on [nL27394060]
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.253.113 von PeterS. am 28.09.06 09:15:23UPDATE 1-New York court drops Sportingbet ex-exec case
Fri Sep 29, 2006 4:20 PM BST

NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - A New York judge on Friday dismissed the arrest warrant for the former chairman of British online gambling firm Sportingbet Plc (SBT.L: Quote, Profile, Research), allowing him to return to Britain.

The ruling ends three weeks of uncertainty for Peter Dicks, who was arrested in New York on Sept. 7 under a warrant issued by the state of Louisiana charging him with "gambling by computer."

The withdrawal of the warrant in New York signals that the United States' clampdown on Internet gambling -- which is highly popular in the country but still technically illegal -- may not be as harsh as some had feared.



"I'm very grateful," Dicks said as he left a New York criminal court in the borough of Queens, wearing a dark gray business suit.

According to one of Dicks' lawyers, New York State Governor George Pataki refused to sign an order to extradite Dicks to Louisiana to face the charges against him.

Louisiana's warrant to arrest Dicks on the same charges remains active, the lawyer said.
vor 6 monaten habt ihr mich ausgelacht,
jetzt lacht wohl keiner mehr...


43 jahre profi-gambler
:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.340.758 von leelan am 02.10.06 12:46:26Habe von Dir keinen Beitrag in diesem Thread gefunden. Trotz Deines fortgeschrittenen Alters wirkst Du hier alles andere als souverän... :confused: muß wohl die Schadenfreude sein. Von Leuten wie Dir gibts bei w:o leider immer mehr.
P.S.: Bin seit 2 Monaten nicht mehr in dem Wert drinnen. :rolleyes:
hallo, das dürfte hier interessant sein. habe es mal aus den fluxx-beiträgen rübergeholt.



PartyGaming, Sportingbet Plunge on U.S. Gambling Law (Update1)

By Neil Craven

Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Shares of PartyGaming Plc, Sportingbet Plc and 888 Holdings Plc plunged after Congress passed laws curbing gambling payments, wiping out U.S. revenue for online- gaming companies traded in London.

Congress passed the legislation Sept. 30, making it unlawful for credit-card companies to collect payments for transactions with online-gaming sites. PartyGaming and 888 said today they\'d suspend business with U.S. residents when the law takes effect.

``It looks like the U.S. government has found a way to make life almost impossible,\'\' said Philippe Gijsels, senior equity strategist at Fortis Bank SA\'s private investment unit in Brussels, which manages $62 billion. ``These companies that were trying to get into the U.S. market are just backing out. I would not touch them at these levels.\'\'

U.S. President George W. Bush is expected to sign the legislation into law within the next two weeks, Gibraltar-based 888 said in a Regulatory News Service statement.

``The bill is now only a Presidential signature away from becoming law, and that could pose a serious threat to the business models of several operators,\'\' Mark Brumby, an analyst at Oriel Securities, wrote in an e-mailed note.

Gambling on the Internet has become a $12 billion-a-year business. Internet-based casinos such as PartyGaming and 888, operating in locations such as Gibraltar and Antigua, take in billions from U.S. gamblers. PartyGaming, the world\'s biggest Internet poker company, got more than four-fifths of its sales from the U.S. last year.

`Shutting Down\'

The measure, added to unrelated legislation providing $3.4 billion for U.S. port security, was passed before Congress recesses to campaign for the Nov. 7 elections.

``Basically we are shutting down the payment system for Internet gambling,\'\' Representative James Leach, an Iowa Republican, said Sept. 30.

The Justice Department has been pursuing wire fraud charges against executives and operators of online casinos. David Carruthers, then the chief executive officer of Betonsports Plc, was charged by a federal grand jury in July with illegal interstate gambling.

Former Sportingbet Chairman Peter Dicks, facing extradition to Louisiana on illegal gambling charges, was set free last week by New York authorities after having been arrested as a fugitive.

Shares Plunge

The suspension will have a ``material adverse impact\'\' on 888\'s performance this year and thereafter, the company said in its statement. PartyGaming said its profit would be ``significantly short of consensus forecasts\'\' for 2006 and 2007.

``There is going to be carnage,\'\' said Tejinder Randhawa, an analyst at Evolution Securities in London. ``Everyone is going to be looking at how these companies will react.\'\'

Shares of Gibraltar-based PartyGaming, the world\'s largest publicly traded online gaming company, slid 65 pence, or 61 percent, to 42 pence at 8:27 a.m. in London.

888, the world\'s largest online casino, slid 70.5 pence, or 48 percent, to 76 pence. The company said about half of its revenue is made in the U.S.

Sportingbet tumbled 69 percent to 58 pence. The company today said the U.S. rules prompted it to abandon talks to buy World Gaming Plc, whose shares slid 76 percent today.

Empire Online Ltd., whose online gambling brands include Club Dice, fell 17 pence, or 25 percent, to 50 pence. NETeller Plc, a U.K. provider of money transfers for Internet gaming companies, fell 215 pence, or 61 percent, to 140 pence.

To contact the reporter on this story: Neil Craven in London at ncraven1@bloomberg.net .

Last Updated: October 2, 2006 03:35 EDT
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 19.909.695 von Kawasaki am 27.01.06 13:27:02Kawasaki schrieb:

"Ende des Jahres sehe ich Partygaming zwischen 4,50-5,o Euro und 2007 2stellig."

Du bist ein großer Seher, Kawasaki!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.350.183 von alles_unklar am 02.10.06 19:42:07Die Entwicklung hat man Anfang des Jahres ja nicht unbedingt ahnen können... Ist kawasaki Jesus? Den großen Seher gabs jedenfalls nur bei Asterix. :rolleyes:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.340.758 von leelan am 02.10.06 12:46:26vor 6 monaten habt ihr mich ausgelacht,
jetzt lacht wohl keiner mehr...



Sorry, aber ansich bist du ein Idiot !! Wenn du doch so sicher warst, warum bist du weder in bwin, noch hier short gegangen ! :confused:

Profi-Gamblen sieht da aus meiner Sicht anders aus :laugh:

Aber naja, irgendwie scheinst du keine Lust auf Geld verdienen haben.

Also in meinen AUgen bist du kein Zocker, sondern ein Feigling ! :kiss::cool:;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.350.183 von alles_unklar am 02.10.06 19:42:07@alles unklar:
Du hast deinem Nick zu recht !
Völlig unklar ist, warum du einen solchen Scheiß postest !
Wahrscheinlich gibst du deinen Lottoschein lieber auch erst nach der Ziehung ab, da kannst du dann leichter die sechs richtige ankreuzen. Toller Plan.
Insgesamt großes Kino...:laugh:
In Krisenzeiten hat sich antizyklisches Handeln meist ausgezahlt,
also kaufen wenn die Kanonen donnern !
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.284.644 von PeterS. am 29.09.06 17:56:01und es kommt immer wieder anders als man denkt.....
;)
originalposting peters.
Ich habe meine ersten Partygaming\'s nach dem "großen Absturz" vor knapp einem Jahr gekauft und sehe bei Partygaming einen langfristigen Aufwärtstrend. Partygaming is sehr volatil und anfällig gegen "Störmeldungen a la USA", bet on sport oder bet and win (bwin). Aber die Halbahreszahlen waren überzeugend, und die üblicherweise starken Quartale III und IV kommen ja noch!
;)
Gem. Meldung auf der Homepage von Partygaming wird die Dividendenzahlung(Abschlag 04.10., Zahltag 31.10.06 geplant)
ausgesetzt, da die Firma günstige Investmentmöglichkeiten in den nächsten Monaten erwartet wird.
Quelle:
http://partygaming.com/images/docs/061003_Interim_Dividend.p…
Mal sehen wie dies aufgenommen wird.:confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.377.656 von Howto45 am 03.10.06 15:13:42sorry...
in Nr. 43 muß der Satz natürlich heißen: ..., da die Firma günstige Investmentmöglichkeiten in den nächsten Monaten erwartet.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.340.758 von leelan am 02.10.06 12:46:26

was will der Faltensack denn:laugh:, das mit den 43 Jahren glaubt die auch keiner:laugh:
Ich werde mal nen Tausender riskieren und mir ein Paar Aktien von Partygaming kaufen. Ich denke das die Jungs sich von so einem Gesetzt nicht abschrecken lassen und andere Mittel und Wege finden werden wie sie mit Onlinecasinos Geld verdienen koennen. Wenn es ein Gesetzt gibt gibt es meist auch eine Gesetztesluecke und die gilt es dann zu finden und auszunutzen. Ich bin da recht zuversichtlich das da was kommen wird. Wie und was weiss ich nicht. Die Branche wird sich nicht so schnell unterbuttern lassen. Dafuer steckt zuviel "kriminelle" Energie dahinter :cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.392.919 von X.Y. am 04.10.06 10:11:53Alles noch viel zu heissgelaufen. Politik ist im Moment stärker. :(
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.354.863 von Howto45 am 02.10.06 22:34:21Klar, hinterher ist man immer schlauer - wahrlich kein Kunststück.

Unklar ist nur, warum einige vor der Ziehung der Lottozahlen ihr Maul weit aufreißen und so tun, als wüssten sie bereits das Ergebnus.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.350.995 von TimeFactor am 02.10.06 20:12:51Sorry, aber ansich bist du ein Idiot !! Wenn du doch so sicher warst, warum bist du weder in bwin, noch hier short gegangen !
als ich den absturz prognostizierte, wurde ich beleidigt.
jetzt wo ich rückblickend daran erinnere, werde ich wieder beleidigt.
zur klarstellung: mich stören beleidigungen keineswegs. im gegenteil, ich finde sie amüsant.
als berufsspieler beobachte ich leidenschaftlich gerne das verhalten der menschen. ich lerne aus jeder winzig kleinen reaktion...
beleidigungen schaden nicht mir, sondern dem der sie ausspricht.

Profi-Gamblen sieht da aus meiner Sicht anders aus
na...wie stellst du sie dir vor ?
mit dunkler sonnenbrille, hut und einen burburry ¿

Aber naja, irgendwie scheinst du keine Lust auf Geld verdienen haben.
ich habe diese woche 20.000,- bei bwin gemacht.
wieviel hast du verdient ?

Also in meinen AUgen bist du kein Zocker, sondern ein Feigling
für mich ändert sich nichts, egal ob ich in deinen augen ein zocker, oder ein feigling bin.

was will der Faltensack denn, das mit den 43 Jahren glaubt die auch keiner
junge, ich habe schon gespielt, da warst du noch im lulu deines vaters. ich bin nicht 43 jahre alt, sondern 61, habe nie gearbeitet, sondern immer mein geld beim spielen verdient.

wovon ernährst du dich ? hotel mama ¿


ps: dass partygaming probleme bekommen wird, das pfiffen die spatzen schon vor 6 monaten von den dächern...

seit 43 jahre profi-gewinner
:lick::lick::lick::lick::lick::lick::lick:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.593.098 von leelan am 13.10.06 09:02:02

Das Geheimnis des erfolgreichen Börsengeschäftes liegt darin,
zu erkennen, was der Durchschnittsbürger glaubt, daß der Durschnittsbürger tut.
John Maynard Keynes
hey guys,

partygaming ist ausgebomt.

Zugreifen, kaufen kaufen kaufen,:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Internet-Glücksspiele in USA verboten„Game over".
Seit diesem Wochenende sind in den Vereinigten Staaten Online-Glücksspiele im Internet verboten. US- Präsident George W. Bush unterzeichnete am Freitag ein entsprechendes Gesetz.

HB WASHINGTON. Seit diesem Wochenende sind in den Vereinigten Staaten Online-Glücksspiele im Internet verboten. US- Präsident George W. Bush unterzeichnete am Freitag ein entsprechendes Gesetz, das Anfang Oktober vom US-Kongress verabschiedet worden war. Das Gesetz verbietet Kreditkartenfirmen, Banken und Bezahldiensten, Geld an die meist außerhalb der USA ansässigen Glücksspiel-Betreiber zu überweisen. Damit können Spieler ihre Einsätze und Wetten nicht mehr online platzieren.

Betroffen sind rund 23 Millionen US-Bürger, die im vergangenen Jahr rund sechs Milliarden Dollar (4,8 Milliarden Euro) verzockt haben. Die „Washington Post“ berichtet unter Berufung auf die jüngste Statistik, dass 68 Prozent der Online-Spieler männlich und nahezu die Hälfte im Alter zwischen 20 und 30 sei.

Gegner des Gesetzes hatten vergeblich auf die enorme Popularität des Online-Glücksspiels hingewiesen. Sie führten außerdem an, dass das Alkohol-Verbot von 1919 zu einem Anstieg der organisierten Kriminalität und zu illegalen Kneipen geführt habe. Die US-Poker Players Alliance will jetzt vom Kongress eine Ausnahmegenehmigung erreichen, weil Poker aus ihrer Sicht kein Glücksspiel sei, sondern einen klugen Kopf verlange.

Online-Glücksspiele und Pornografie gehörten seit Beginn der weltweiten Verbreitung des Internets zu den profitablen Einnahmequellen. Nach Angaben der American Gaming Association erschien die erste Webseite mit Online-Glücksspielen im Jahr 1995.
[15.10.2006]
http://www.wiwo.de/pswiwo/fn/ww2/sfn/buildww/id/126/id/22064…



Die Hoffung stirbt zuletzt.Wenn man bedenkt,dass Dart auch einmal als Glückspiel" verboten war...;)

(1908 wird das Dartspiel gerichtlich vom Glücks- zum Geschicklichkeitsspiel und darf somit in den englischen Pubs öffentlich gespielt werden.)
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dart_(Spiel)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.594.921 von TOPAX10 am 13.10.06 10:35:35Jetzt kommts drauf an:
Wie schnell schafft es Partygaming die Kosten der neuen Situation anzupassen.
Immerhin brechen ca 80% der Umsätze weg, ohne dass die Fixkosten so schnell mitsinken können.
Da die letzten veröffentlichten Zahlen schon etwas zurückliegen, ist es schwer dies einzuschätzen. Ich könnten mir vorstellen, dass es Sinn macht noch etwas mit einem neuen Einstieg zu warten.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.644.821 von gambler281 am 15.10.06 22:13:08schau dir doch mal die umsätze von heute und von Freitag an.

die letzten paar von heute sind alle im grünen Bereich.

12:49:38 32,00 56.900 12.516.537
12:42:09 32,00 20.000 12.459.637
12:40:40 32,00 1.000 12.439.637
12:29:03 32,00 50.000 12.438.637
12:29:03 32,00 100.000 12.388.637
12:29:03 32,00 18.651 12.288.637
12:29:03 32,00 107.669 12.269.986
12:29:03 32,00 40.033 12.162.317
12:29:03 32,00 33.096 12.122.284

Da ich kein risikoscheuer Anleger bin,habe ich mich mit ein paar eingedeckt:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Sollte man demnächst einen Einstieg wagen, und ab welchem Kurs?

Was meint ihr?

:look::look::look:
ist der boden erreicht? Man bin ich unsicher. am 20.10. kommen zahlen und deshalb warte ich lieber mal ab. ob nun 10 % höher oder um soviel %%%% runter, da bleibe ich wohl in der warteschleife. trotzdem irgendwie finde ich den wert geil.
London 33,00 +6,45% 12:55 18.10. 16.084.635

:eek::eek::eek:

meine meinung, jetzt wieder einsteigen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
der Boden muss doch lämgst erreicht sein:mad::mad:


wenn die logik aufhört beginnt Psychologie, da wird der Kurs mit absicht gedrückt:mad::mad:
die zahlen und der ausblick werden die richtung vorgeben. deshalb warte ich jedenfalls noch ab. die gemüter werden sich irgendwann beruhigen. werde mir morgen mittag mal die zahlen anschauen, dann kann die entscheidung immernoch fallen. der chart ist noch ein fallendes messer, kann aber auch bei 30 cent ein boden darstellen. morgen werden wir sehen. der ausblick entscheidet!!!!!!
Der Vertrag werde für Werbung und dem Vertrieb von Glücksspielen ein striktes Internet-Verbot vorsehen, bekräftigte Niedersachsens Ministerpräsident Christian Wulff heute in Bad Pyrmont Aussagen vom Vorabend. Ausnahmen würden für Lotto und Toto sowie das Internet-Angebot von Spielbanken gelten.

Diese könnten aber auf zwei Jahre beschränkt werden, wenn dies nach der Detail-Abstimmung der Länder so gewünscht werde. Fernsehwerbung werde verboten, wobei aber unter anderem die Ziehung der Lottozahlen ausgenommen sei. Auch die Telefonwerbung für Glücksspiele wird Wulff zufolge untersagt.

Eine Entscheidung über Einzelheiten des Vertrags werde es am 13. Dezember bei einer weiteren Sitzung der Ministerpräsidenten geben. Anschließend müsse das Abkommen dann von den Länderparlamenten genehmigt werden.

Mit dem Staatsvertrag will die Mehrheit der Länder das staatliche Wettmonopol erhalten. Dies war vom Bundesverfassungsgericht in Frage gestellt worden. Die Richter hatten es nur für den Fall als akzeptabel bezeichnet, dass der Staat die Werbung für Glücksspiele einschränkt und die Spielsucht stärker bekämpft.

Private Wettanbieter besonders betroffen

Der erwartete Vorstoß der Ministerpräsidenten trifft besonders private Wettanbieter und Spielvermittler. Deren Geschäftsmodell basiert fast ausschließlich auf dem Internet. Zudem werden deutsche Wetter auch an Firmen ins Ausland vermittelt, wo es kein staatliches Wettmonopol gibt.

Die Aktien von Glücksspielfirmen Tipp24 bet-at-home.com Fluxx und Cashbet waren bereits am Vormittag wegen des erwarteten Beschlusses unter Druck geraten.

Bwin aus Österreich hatte Wetten in Deutschland noch unter Berufung auf eine Lizenz aus den letzten Tagen der DDR angeboten. Das sächsische Innenministerium hatte dies im August untersagt, ein Gericht das Verbot aber zunächst wieder aufgehoben. Solange der Rechtsstreit läuft, können Internet-Wetten weiter angeboten werden.
wer bei diesen Preisen nicht kauft ist selbst schuld.

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Bin an Board, baby:laugh::laugh:
meine lieblings online poker seite ist eigentlich www.everestpoker.com aber ich bin auch am überlegen. die online spielerzahlen brechen bei partypoker nicht ein. also scheinen die us player weiter aktiv zu sein. werde die nächsten tage die aktie weiter verfolgen. bei einen ausbruch über die marke von 30 euro mit guten volumen, bin ich auch dabei.

www.everestpoker.com hat aber den hübscheren spieleraum!!!!!!!!!!!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.861.334 von revo1211 am 26.10.06 10:45:13warte nicht so lange:laugh::laugh:
Hohe Volumen bisher, heute wird was gehen. MGM läuft die Zeit weg um sich einzukaufen ! MHO = Strong Buy
Was meint ihr, was passieren wird ?

Nicht was ihr hofft was passieren wird `?


ich denk auf dauer wirds hier abgehn, wenn ich seh, wer, wo, wie,wann alles poker gespielt wird.

Und ich glaube nicht, dass es in andern Ländern weniger In zur zeit ist !

Also bitte eure hoffntl begründete Prognose, hab keine zahlen zu Schulden, Umsatz, anzahl Shares.

danke !
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.901.402 von beffman am 22.02.07 16:35:54Schwierig zu beurteilen diese Aktie:

Ende 2005:

Umsatz: $ 1 Mrd (davon ca. $ 150 Mio. außerhalb der USA)
Gewinn-Marge: ca. 30% (also rd. $ 300 Mio.)
Kurs: € 1,60 (Oktober 2006)
Außstehende Aktien: 4 Mrd.
MK: € 6,4 Mrd.
KGV: 21

Aktuell:

Umsatz: $ 300 Mio. (mal hochgerechnet von $ 150 Mio. für den Zeitraum bis 06.2006)
Gewinn-Marge: ca. 30% (also rd. $ 90 Mio.)
Kurs: € 0,60
MK: € 2,36 Mrd.
KGV: 26

Kann mir jemand sagen ob diese Zahlen richtig sind ??

Wenn ja, dann halte ich die Aktie auf aktuellem Niveau nicht mehr für ein Schnäppchen. Allerdings waren die $ 150 Mio. Umsatz für den 6-Monats-Zeitraum ein Plus von 150% !! Und das würde bedeuten das man für den selben Zeitraum 2005 "nur" $ 60 Mio. hatte. Also das die 2.te Jahreshälfte mit $ 90 Mio. stärker war. Davon abgeleitet könnte man (hochgerechnet) auch Ende 2006 bei rd. $ 375 Mio. landen.

Wenn für 2007 "nur" ein Wachstum von 50% erreicht wird....dann kann man hier auf Sicht von 12 Monaten nicht viel falsch machen.

Allerdings sollte man diese Aktie streng im Auge behalten ;)

Franz :cool:
morgen, wieso kostet die aktie eigntl in GER deutlich unter 1euro und in Lonon knapp 40Gbp?

wie kommt es dazu?

und warum verhalten sich die kurse nicht annähernd änlich, zB heute morgen in London +30% in Ger -4%..

danke
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.998.232 von beffman am 27.02.07 11:15:34Was ist hier los, 9%+, gibts was neues?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.289.149 von Gohar am 14.03.07 14:02:06
irgendwelche News?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.291.015 von Buddah am 14.03.07 15:32:55Sehe in diesem Wert auf diesem Niveau,
enorme Chancen!
RT 0.67
:lick:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.431.971 von Charman am 22.03.07 14:45:07RT 0.68
Ask 0.70
langsam steigen auch hier die Umsätze!
n-TV heute
Partygaming kommt die Wende?

Ich denke ja..
:lick:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.473.073 von TOPAX10 am 24.03.07 13:06:21
:eek:

BLOOMBERG berichtet !

:D that is great !
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.600.703 von Tscholle am 31.03.07 16:23:56
PartyGaming


Vorstellung der European Gaming and
Betting Association (EGBA)
--> http://www.stock-world.de

;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.600.771 von Tscholle am 31.03.07 16:35:51:eek:
European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA)

Erweiterung des Fachverbandes --> WIR sind mit dabei !

:kiss:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.340.758 von leelan am 02.10.06 12:46:26http://www.happyyuppie.com/cgi-bin/de/search.pl?isin=GI000A0ERMF2&typnr=3

:eek::eek::eek:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.633.298 von TOPAX10 am 03.04.07 09:11:21sorry - wollte etwas einfügen :-(


Ich werde es nachreichen . . .
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.633.298 von TOPAX10 am 03.04.07 09:11:21:eek:

http://www.happyyuppie.com/cgi-bin/de/search.pl?isin=GI000A0ERMF2&typnr=4


> 1 € ! ! !

:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.665.084 von Tscholle am 04.04.07 18:49:02PartyGaming Signs up to European Gaming & Betting Association
April 03, 2007

Jonny Vincent

The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) was launched in Brussels this week, replacing the European Betting Association (EBA).

The EGBA has been launched with some big names participating, including online gambling giants PartyGaming, Unibet, Interwetten, Expekt, Carmen Media Group, BWin and Bet-at-Home.

The EGBA plans to be a strong voice in the European debates regarding the rights of regulated European-licensed operators to offer their services unrestricted throughout Europe. They are launched on a wave of optimism, following the recent European Court of Justice decision on the Plancania case in Italy, where the ECJ ruled that a bookmaker licensed in Britain should be allowed to offer their services in other EU countries without needing supplementary licenses.

The EGBA wants to bring a level of responsibility and legitimacy to online gambling operations, ensuring a high standard of consumer protection as well as being aware of protecting minors and problem gamblers.

The participating online gambling operators have all agreed to abide by a strict Code of Conduct listing "a common set of strict rules enforcing socially responsible internet gaming and betting". These standards, audited by specialized external bodies, supplement each member\'s national licensing requirements imposed by its home European regulator.

EGBA aims at continuing a constructive dialogue with all stakeholders including regulators, EU and national authorities, state operators and consumers. Sigrid Ligné, the new Secretary General of EGBA, commented: "It\'s time now that all stakeholders put on the table their real concerns and expectations. EGBA has a strong commitment to lead the way to a regulated and transparent European market for the benefit of consumer choice and protection."

http://casino.pokernews.com/news/2007/4/partygaming-signs-eu…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.633.298 von TOPAX10 am 03.04.07 09:11:21WOW --> PartyGaming gewinnt an Dynamik

In London heute bereits über 30 Mio Stck. gehandelt !!!

:cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 19.988.761 von betX am 01.02.06 11:15:54:eek: absolut Spitze !

From Monday 2nd April, PartyPoker.com will be holding tournaments that guarantee over $5 million a month. On top of this there is over $50,000 in freerolls every month and hundreds of thousands of dollars up for grabs from the famous Bad Beat Jackpot.

Gibraltar (PRWEB) April 1, 2007 -- From Monday 2nd April, www.PartyPoker.com will be holding tournaments that guarantee over $5 million a month! On top of this there is over $50,000 in freerolls every month and hundreds of thousands of dollars up for grabs from the famous Bad Beat Jackpot.

The mainstay of the $5 million is the $300k guaranteed every Sunday that attracts thousands of players every week, with online qualifiers starting from as little as $3. The popularity of the tournament has risen so sharply in recent months that four new qualifiers have been added on a Saturday and Sunday. Amongst the many tournaments that will see an increase in their guarantee from Monday 2nd April include the $40k guaranteed every Saturday that will deliver $50k. Others to have been topped-up include the daily $10k guaranteed (rebuy), which rises to $13k, and the daily $18k guaranteed, which increases to $20k.

A PartyPoker.com spokesman said: "It is good news all round that over $5 million is available to thousands of players in guaranteed tournaments every month. In addition to guaranteed tournaments, qualifying for the WSOP is in full swing and there is over $50,000 in freerolls available every month. The famous PartyPoker.com Bad Beat Jackpot also continues to tick over at a rate of over $1000 every hour and has just been hit for over $145,000."

For more information on guaranteed tournaments go to: http://www.partypoker.com/news/events/items/guaranteed_tournaments.
:D
PartyPoker.com is a popular member of PartyGaming Plc's growing suite of online games that includes PartyCasino.com, PartyBingo.com, PartyBets.com, PartyGammon.com, Gamebookers.com and EmpirePoker.com.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 24.594.921 von TOPAX10 am 13.10.06 10:35:35TOPAX10 - DU wirst mir immer sympathischer :kiss:

www.northcountrygazette.org/articles/2007/031907OnlineGambling.html
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 19.913.665 von Fiction am 27.01.06 16:23:00einzig u. allein schwirre ich hier herum
gibt es keine weiteren PARTYGAMER ?

PARTY GAMING TO INVEST $5 MILLION A MONTH IN ONLINE POKER TOURNAMENTS

Party Poker is set for some major online poker action with boosts for prizes

Online poker players, hold on to your hats! From Monday 2nd April, Party Poker.com will be holding tournaments that guarantee over $5 million a month in prize money! And on top of this there is over $50 000 in freerolls scheduled every month and hundreds of thousands of dollars up for grabs from the Bad Beat Jackpot.

:keks:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.291.015 von Buddah am 14.03.07 15:32:55 N E W S

:kiss:

http://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/article800655/Sportwettenanbieter_Bwin_kuendigt_Klagewelle_an.html
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.733.896 von Tscholle am 09.04.07 23:47:45
From Monday 2nd April, PartyPoker.com will be holding tournaments that guarantee over $5 million a month. On top of this there is over $50,000 in freerolls every month and hundreds of thousands of dollars up for grabs from the famous Bad Beat Jackpot.

Gibraltar (PRWEB) April 1, 2007 -- From Monday 2nd April, www.PartyPoker.com will be holding tournaments that guarantee over $5 million a month! On top of this there is over $50,000 in freerolls every month and hundreds of thousands of dollars up for grabs from the famous Bad Beat Jackpot.

The mainstay of the $5 million is the $300k guaranteed every Sunday that attracts thousands of players every week, with online qualifiers starting from as little as $3. The popularity of the tournament has risen so sharply in recent months that four new qualifiers have been added on a Saturday and Sunday. Amongst the many tournaments that will see an increase in their guarantee from Monday 2nd April include the $40k guaranteed every Saturday that will deliver $50k. Others to have been topped-up include the daily $10k guaranteed (rebuy), which rises to $13k, and the daily $18k guaranteed, which increases to $20k.

A PartyPoker.com spokesman said: "It is good news all round that over $5 million is available to thousands of players in guaranteed tournaments every month. In addition to guaranteed tournaments, qualifying for the WSOP is in full swing and there is over $50,000 in freerolls available every month. The famous PartyPoker.com Bad Beat Jackpot also continues to tick over at a rate of over $1000 every hour and has just been hit for over $145,000."

For more information on guaranteed tournaments go to: http://www.partypoker.com/news/events/items/guaranteed_tournaments.

PartyPoker.com is a popular member of PartyGaming Plc\'s growing suite of online games that includes PartyCasino.com, PartyBingo.com, PartyBets.com, PartyGammon.com, Gamebookers.com and EmpirePoker.com.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.633.298 von TOPAX10 am 03.04.07 09:11:21@ TOPAX 10

:kiss:

schau Dir das Volumen in London an - ohne Worte ...
Volumen (in GBX) 6.131.070.850
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.744.810 von Tscholle am 10.04.07 19:04:23www.happyyuppie.com/cgi-bin/de/search.pl?isin=GI000A0ERMF2&typnr=4
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.765.649 von Tscholle am 11.04.07 21:45:26:eek: HeimatBörse LONDON:
11.04.
Volumen 7.459.196.096


wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiie geeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeil
Hi Tscholle,

bin seit 10.04.07 drin.

Hast du eine Ahnung, weshalb die Umsätze gestern so hoch waren?
Adhoc habe Ich keine gelesen...

Danke
SAT
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.770.309 von SAT_2005 am 12.04.07 08:31:06Ich werd verrückt - das halt ich ja im Kopf nicht aus ...

Es verläuft sich tatsächlich jemand bei PartyGaming im Thread - 'unfassbar' !!!

HERZLICH WILLKOMMEN (ernst gemeint) :kiss:

Gruß, T.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.770.309 von SAT_2005 am 12.04.07 08:31:06@ SAT_2005

schau doch bitte mal auf meine letzten ~15 Postings - vielleicht ist das die Antwort ( auch ohne ad-hocs - genug Stoff um Richtung Norden zu wandern :kiss: )


News aus Online-Casinos.com, Denmark
PARTY GAMING BOUNCES BACK

Since the dark and gloomy days when the UIGEA passed, shares have staged a comeback

One of the world's leading online gambling groups, Party Gaming has again been catching the eye of analysts and investors due to the remarkable bounce-back achieved by its share price.

Last year in the post-Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act doom and gloom, the group's shares plunged as far south as 76 percent, according to the UK newspaper The Daily Telegraph. The company had abandoned the very significant part of its business that emanated from the USA and the general online gambling environment was skittish to say the least.

Since then Party has been beavering away at extending its reach into other markets in Europe and Asia, and the growing investor perception appears to be that the group has successfully weathered the US storm. Shares have recovered 66 percent this year alone from the all time lows of 2006

Darren Sinden of Lite Trading explains that a number of factors have put Party Gaming back on a winning streak. "Since the start of the year, talk of consolidation in the sector and hopes of a possible reversal of the worst of last autumn's U.S. gaming regulations, combined with figures from the company showing that it is seeing recovery in its core markets, have led to a pick-up," he says.
Hi,

Ich habe die letzten Threads gelesen.
Nur: Ich wollte wissen, warum gerade am 11.04. die Umsätze so hoch waren.

Grüße
SAT
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.770.309 von SAT_2005 am 12.04.07 08:31:06:eek:

http://www.gambling911.com/PartyGaming-Gaming-Shares-041307.html


:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.770.309 von SAT_2005 am 12.04.07 08:31:06:eek:

Bettingmarket's online gambling industry weekly wrap

It was a good week for PartyGaming, with shares in the online gambling company continuing on the ascent. Two items of news flow underpinned the rise; firstly, Dresdner Kleinwort said that PartyGaming's main poker site had seen customer growth of more than a third in the three months to March; secondly, the news that House Financial Service Committee Chairman Barney Frank is set to challenge the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA). The recent judgement of the Dispute Settlement Body ("DSB") of the World Trade Organisation, in the case brought by Antigua and Barbuda regarding United States - Measures affecting the cross-border supply of gambling and betting services - to the effect that the United States had failed to comply with the recommendations and rulings of the DSB in this dispute, also helped sentiment. PartyGaming also continues to talk of plans to enter the so called potentially lucrative Asian market, and this is something that investors like to hear.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.770.309 von SAT_2005 am 12.04.07 08:31:06:p

alle die (also ALLE) welche diesen Thread u. v. a. die Aktie meiden - werden es evtl. in Zukunft noch bitter bereuen :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.787.935 von SAT_2005 am 13.04.07 07:43:21
@ SAT

Hi SAT - bist noch dabei ???????



believe me --> we are on the right way
http://www.happyyuppie.com/cgi-bin/de/search.pl?isin=GI000A0…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.929.169 von Tscholle am 21.04.07 10:09:52Turtle Power! Heroes in a Half Shell Race to the Galapagos
GIBRALTAR, April 18 /PRNewswire/ --

- Bookmakers Ready for Punters to Shell Out

www.PartyBets.com is pleased to announce that it is offering odds on a 'turtley' different kind of race. Forget the Grand National, the focus is now on the "The Great Turtle Race," which sees tracking devices attached to 11 female leatherback turtles to monitor them as they take their annual journey from Costa Rica to the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Their progress can be tracked on the web.

The race, which is being held to highlight the plight of these beautiful creatures, which are the world's largest turtles, is already underway with Genevieve and Stephanie Colburtle the early joint 6/1 favourites. There is speculation that Genevieve is battle hardened from a run-in with a shark, while Stephanie Colburtle is said to be the largest turtle in the race.

A PartyBets.com spokesman said: "We've had a number of enquiries from punters who are keen to shell out on a bet on which of the swimmers has enough turtle power to reach the Galapagos. Darwin formed many of his theories of evolution on the famous islands and this survival of the fittest is bound to capture the imagination of many. There are no pizza breaks in this race, these are super turtles not ninja turtles."

"Studying the form of the turtles is something we have never done before! Factors that were taken into account include condition, weight, speed and egg laying history. All are likely to be key to determining who the winner might be. It's not really a case of 'they're under starters orders and they're off' with female leatherback turtles - it is said they can grow to up to six feet and weigh over 2,000 pounds."

The race is organized and sponsored by a variety of organizations and promotes a serious message. It is said that the female leatherback turtle population has shrunk from an estimated 115,000 in 1980 to around 43,000 today.

www.PartyBets.com will settle results based on the official outcome.


PartyBets.com: Who Will Win "The Great Turtle Race?"

Stephanie Colburtle 6/1
Genevieve 6/1
Turtleocity 7/1
Freedom 7/1
Saphira 8/1
Champiro 8/1
Billie 8/1
Purple Lightning 9/1
Windy 10/1
Sundae 16/1
Drexelina 16/1


PartyBets.com is a popular member of PartyGaming Plc's growing suite of online products that includes PartyPoker.com, PartyCasino.com, PartyBingo.com, PartyGammon.com, Gamebookers.com and EmpirePoker.com.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.929.158 von Tscholle am 21.04.07 10:07:29:kiss: gestern in London wieder ab Richtung 'Norden'
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 19.913.665 von Fiction am 27.01.06 16:23:00:eek:
Volumen (in GBX) 6.734.258.540 --> in London am Fr !!!

:kiss:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 19.988.761 von betX am 01.02.06 11:15:54
:eek:
schaut Euch das Volumen an !!!

Warum will nur ich gewinnen ?

Nun gehts ab für mich in UL (Meeeeeexico) :-)

Aber beruhigt - denn meine PartyGaming läuft und läuft und lläuft und läuft und ...

:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.929.169 von Tscholle am 21.04.07 10:09:52Hi, bin noch dabei.

War in Urlaub.

Grüße
Sat
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.960.391 von SAT_2005 am 23.04.07 21:24:22Gibts Gründe für den Kursverfall die letzten Tage?:keks::keks:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.960.391 von SAT_2005 am 23.04.07 21:24:22Hi - war auch im UL (Mexico :)

:keks:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.960.391 von SAT_2005 am 23.04.07 21:24:22:eek:
PartyGaming envisions online world without fraud
11:46 AM, Sunday, May 6, 2007 by Christopher Hunt


The world's largest listed online gaming company, PartyGaming, Plc., is getting serious about protecting its brand, and has enlisted noted Internet intelligence company Envisional to help them bring the hammer down on any misuse.

A long-term affiliate monitoring contract has now been signed that gives online giant PartyGaming - owner of PartyPoker and PartyCasino, among others - access to internet fraud and brand abuse specialist Envisional's patented A3I intelligent search technology.

The world-class technology allows automated searching for text, logos or images across the entirety of the Web, including newsgroups, blogs, B2B auction sites, trade boards, Internet Relay Chat channels and peer-to-peer networks.

The result: All claims of affiliation to the six main PartyGaming Web sites and all instances of counterfeiting or misuse of PartyGaming's name and brands can be found instantly and ranked according to urgency or importance.

"We take our legal obligations and ethical responsibilities very seriously," Martin Weigold, group finance director with executive responsibility for corporate social responsibility at PartyGaming, said in a release.

"Envisional's advanced artificial intelligence capabilities will help us ensure continued compliance with strict marketing regulations, as well as protect the party brands in which we have invested so heavily over the years."

"PartyGaming is a very important customer for us," adds Envisional's Chief Executive Officer, Michael Wheatley. "It is a young, dynamic company in the FTSE 250, and its whole business model depends on innovative and secure use of online technology.

"We are proud to work with a pioneering team that has built a major international business from scratch in just ten years."
Was haltet Ihr von den Gesprächen zwischen Partygaming und dem US Department of Justice ? Kommt PG wieder zurück in die USA ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.681.138 von XX2007 am 07.06.07 11:16:01Ich glaube spätestens im Jahre 2008 - nach den nächsten Wahlen (sollten die Demokraten gewinnen), wird sich einiges ändern. Partygaming wird meiner Meinung nach wieder in die USA zurückkehren, vielleicht eben auch schön früher. Dann geht es aber in lichte Höhen.

:p:p:p:p:p:p:p
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.681.138 von XX2007 am 07.06.07 11:16:01at XX2007

--> JA
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.698.993 von Tscholle am 08.06.07 09:21:07
EINE RÜCKKEHR IN DIE USA IST UNVERMEIDBAR !!!

Alles eine Frage der Zeit ...

http://www.businessweek.com/globalbiz/content/jun2007/gb2007…
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.681.975 von ezi am 07.06.07 11:58:57Perhaps most important, the House Financial Services Committee is expected to hold a hearing June 8 to consider a bill that would again make it legal for banks and credit-card companies to process payments for online gambling sites, potentially allowing Europe's online gambling companies to do business again in the U.S. market.

:)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.681.975 von ezi am 07.06.07 11:58:57Perhaps most important, the House Financial Services Committee is expected to hold a hearing June 8 to consider a bill that would again make it legal for banks and credit-card companies to process payments for online gambling sites, potentially allowing Europe's online gambling companies to do business again in the U.S. market

:keks::keks::keks:
8.JUNI ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.681.138 von XX2007 am 07.06.07 11:16:01Reform Is Inevitable :D
Though it's far too early to pop the champagne—few Washington observers think the bill has a chance of passing right away—analysts in Europe say a change in the current situation is inevitable. Why? In part because even though the U.S. ban forced publicly traded companies like PartyGaming and 888 Holdings to pull out of the U.S., the void was quickly filled by private outfits offering unregulated online gaming services to U.S. customers.

Consider PokerStars, one of more than 350 sites that are licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, run by a Mohawk Indian tribe outside Montreal. While most forms of sports betting are forbidden in the U.S., games such as poker fall into a gray area.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.699.286 von Tscholle am 08.06.07 09:34:38Brighter Days for Online Betting?
Signs that the U.S. may reconsider its 2006 online gambling ban offer European operators hope for reentry into the lucrative U.S. market !!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.699.286 von Tscholle am 08.06.07 09:34:38:eek: - :eek: - :eek: -:eek: - :eek:
Five European public online gambling companies, which together took in some $1.4 billion from U.S. customers in 2005 alone, watched their share prices tank and profits collapse when a bill banning Internet gambling payments was signed into law last October by President George W. Bush (see BusinessWeek.com, 10/02/06, "Party's Over for Online Gambling").

The carnage was perhaps even worse than predicted. One company, London-based BetOnSports.com, saw its shares suspended after Chief Executive Officer David Carruthers was arrested and recently pleaded guilty to federal racketeering charges in the U.S. Another, Empire Online, based in Tortola (British Virgin Islands), gave up its online gambling activities entirely and became an investment company (see BusinessWeek.com, 8/21/06, "Online Gambling Hedges Its U.S. Bets").

Others, including Sportingbet.com, 888 Holdings, and PartyGaming, which bought Empire Online's poker customers, have weathered the fallout by shifting their focus to Western European gamblers. But their share prices haven't come close to recovering: Most are now trading at around a quarter of their peaks in the summer of 2006, though they've risen some in recent months.

U.S. Rethinking Ban
An odd coalition of antigambling conservatives, Las Vegas interests, and law enforcement were behind the passing of the 2006 ban, but now that the bill's impact is registering—little decrease in overall gambling levels, and a shift away from aboveboard operations to more shadowy outfits—some analysts believe the U.S. may reverse its stance. That could open the door for European operators to reenter the lucrative U.S. market.

The possibility of legal and legislative relief in the U.S. could help the kings of online gambling get a second shot at being hot-growth stocks. In March, Sportingbet struck a deal with the state of Louisiana to drop charges of "gambling by computer" that had been filed against its former chairman, Peter Dicks.

And both 888 Holdings and PartyGaming publicly acknowledged this week that they are negotiating with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York to obtain amnesty for having offered online gaming inside the U.S. prior to October, 2006, when the ban went into effect. (Neither company returned calls from BusinessWeek on June 5.)

Perhaps most important, the House Financial Services Committee is expected to hold a hearing June 8 to consider a bill that would again make it legal for banks and credit-card companies to process payments for online gambling sites, potentially allowing Europe's online gambling companies to do business again in the U.S. market.

Reform Is Inevitable :cool:
Though it's far too early to pop the champagne—few Washington observers think the bill has a chance of passing right away—analysts in Europe say a change in the current situation is inevitable. Why? In part because even though the U.S. ban forced publicly traded companies like PartyGaming and 888 Holdings to pull out of the U.S., the void was quickly filled by private outfits offering unregulated online gaming services to U.S. customers.

Consider PokerStars, one of more than 350 sites that are licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, run by a Mohawk Indian tribe outside Montreal. While most forms of sports betting are forbidden in the U.S., games such as poker fall into a gray area.

PokerStars advises its customers in an online statement that it has "received extensive expert advice from within and outside the U.S." concluding that U.S. law "does not in any way prohibit you from playing online poker. Therefore our business continues as before—open to players worldwide, including the U.S."

With lots of offshore gambling services continuing to target U.S. customers, the total spent by U.S. citizens gambling online has decreased by only 20% since the ban went into effect, says Professor Leighton Vaughan Williams, director of the Betting Research Unit at Britain's Nottingham Business School. "As we have learned from previous cases of prohibition, the Internet ban doesn't actually prevent gambling," he says. "All it does is transfer the gambling spending to a nonregulated environment," (see BusinessWeek.com, 10/19/06, "Online Gambling Goes Underground").

"Puritanism and Protectionism"
Vaughan Williams calls the 2006 U.S. ban an ill-conceived mixture of "puritanism and protectionism." The legislation, he says, never would have passed had it not been tacked onto an antiterrorist bill. "You could not be for online gambling without being pro-Al-Qaeda, which is not something you want to do just before the congressional elections," he quips. Vaughan Williams believes U.S. legislators eventually will pass a bill requiring online gambling sites to be licensed and pay taxes in the U.S.

Ed Barton, a games and gambling analyst at London-based research company Screen Digest, agrees that the U.S. will likely allow a regulated form of online gambling.

The European online gambling companies clearly could use the help. While there is still some growth to be found in Western Europe, uneven legislation has made it difficult to expand services uniformly. By contrast, the U.S., with its high broadband penetration, large number of credit-card users, and relatively homogenous market of people with similar gambling habits, remains the biggest prize.

Giving the U.S. a Slice
European outfits such as PartyGaming and 888 Holdings got significant U.S. experience before the ban went into effect. If allowed back in by U.S. authorities, they would attempt to reconnect with their hundreds of thousands of previous customers, says Screen Digest's Barton. But, he warns, the playing field is likely to be vastly different than it was before the ban went into effect.

For one thing, under new legislative scenarios, European companies probably would have to set up operations in the U.S. and agree to pay U.S. taxes. They also would likely face stiff competition from new competitors in Las Vegas, which could be allowed to launch brand-name online gambling services for the first time, Barton says.

What's more, if permitted to under new legislation, the various state lotteries in the U.S. might follow the example of Britain's national lottery and branch out into areas such as online scratch cards. That could provide even more competition for the Europeans.

Still, there is a lot of growth potential for a post-prohibition U.S. market. Given the chance to come back, Europe's beleaguered online betting sites will readily take the gamble.

:cool:
http://www.businessweek.com
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.103.269 von Daibler am 02.05.07 21:47:16at Daibler

wurdest vermisst :(

:kiss:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.699.770 von Tscholle am 08.06.07 09:54:37:rolleyes:

jemand da ? ? ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.700.617 von Tscholle am 08.06.07 10:33:19The news is positive to the internet gambling industry

"It allows Americans to play poker online as they should have every right to do," stated Wexler's spokesman Josh Rogin. "You win or lose based on your ability. It's a deserving distinct."


http://www.point-spreads.com/content/view/1954/2/

:)
In Bezug auf andere Unternehmen (z.B. bwin) verstehe ich den derzeitigen Kursverlauf-/Stand von PG einfach nicht. Auch ohne den US Markt müsste sich hier eigentlich mehr tun. Die Zukunftsaussichten für PG sind meiner Meinung nach nicht die schlechtesten - absoluter Wachstumsmarkt und PG selbst stellt sich in letzter Zeit gut auf. Sehe ich das falsch ?!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.771.451 von XX2007 am 10.06.07 13:02:34at XX

--> es wird sich mehr tun !
geduldig - WIR müssen geduldig sein ...


Wachstumsmarkt ???
:laugh: --> GIGANTISCHE POTENZIAL-BRANCHE !!!

:cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.771.451 von XX2007 am 10.06.07 13:02:34:keks:

http://www.pocketfives.com/4BA5EACC-1428-440C-980E-526481F23…

anbei UNTEN auf der page sind TOP-Links zu detailierten Informationen
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.771.451 von XX2007 am 10.06.07 13:02:34
:mad::mad: U I G E A :mad::mad:

WIR kämpfen mit Vollgas dagegen an :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.775.831 von Tscholle am 10.06.07 21:13:09ONLINE WAGERING: Web bet ban repeal supported
8 June 2007


by Tony Batt

Las Vegas Gaming Wire

WASHINGTON, DC -- Two more bills to repeal an Internet gambling ban were introduced Thursday as a House panel prepared for a hearing today on the $13 billion online wagering industry.

Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., unveiled a measure to tax Internet gambling companies if they are licensed and regulated in the United States.

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McDermott said his bill would dovetail with a bill introduced last month by Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., which would require the Department of Treasury to regulate online betting web sites.

"If we decide, as a nation, to enable gambling online, the billions of dollars flowing out of the country should remain here to help us fund schools and bridges, and a host of social programs that need more than luck to succeed," McDermott said in a statement.
McDermott's bill would produce up to $25 billion for the federal treasury within five years, according to a group called the Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative.

The American Gaming Association, which opposes the Internet gambling ban and supports a study of the online wagering industry, voiced concern about McDermott's bill.

"We have not yet seen this legislation so cannot comment on it fully. Historically, however, the American Gaming Association has been opposed to any federal taxation of the commercial gaming industry," said AGA President Frank Fahrenkopf.

Rep. Shelley Berkley, who has offered her own bill to roll back the Internet gambling ban, went further, saying she could not support McDermott's bill.

"A federal tax on gaming is the camel's nose under the tent," Berkley said.

Rep. Robert Wexler, D-Fla., also proposed a bill Thursday which would exempt poker and other "skill games" from the Internet gambling ban signed into law in October by President Bush.

"Poker is a game, not a crime," Wexler said in a statement.

"Millions of Americans enjoy competing with each other in games of skill on the Internet," Wexler said. "We should protect the freedom of law-abiding adults to participate in these great American pastimes."

The McDermott and Wexler bills make a total of four measures proposed so far this year to roll back the federal prohibition against the use of credit cards, checks and other bank instruments to pay for online wagers.

One week after Frank introduced his bill in May, Berkley and Jon Porter, R-Nev., offered legislation calling for a one-year study of Internet gambling by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences.

Frank is chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, which is scheduled to conduct a hearing this morning on his bill.

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., a leading opponent of Internet gambling, said he is confident the ban will not be repealed.

"Three hundred and seventeen members of Congress, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, (D-Calif.), and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, (D-S.C.), voted for an even stronger ban on Internet gambling than was eventually enacted by Congress," Goodlatte said in a statement.

"Proponents of repealing the ban will have a very tough time overturning that act," he said.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.775.831 von Tscholle am 10.06.07 21:13:09achso - Quelle vergessen - sorry

http://www.casinocitytimes.com/news/article.cfm?contentID=16…


Und nun singen wir im Chor:
" oh wie wird das schön - oh wie wird das schön - so was hat man öange nicht gesehen - so schön "

:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.775.699 von Tscholle am 10.06.07 21:07:02:eek: www.partygaming.com
Ruhig mal ansehen - es lohnt sich - denn dort liegt der Schatz begraben € € € € € € € €

--> die Zukunfts-Branche :eek:
--> MEGA-Potenzial :lick:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.765.712 von Tscholle am 11.04.07 21:50:30:) --> buy !!!

... world's biggest Internet poker company to ``buy'' from ``hold.''


http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0WTTkr61XZGiccAJgvQtDMD;_ylu=X3oD…

PartyGaming Plc (PRTY LN) rose 0.75 pence, or 1.9 percent, to 39.75. Deutsche Bank AG raised its recommendation on the world's biggest Internet poker ...

:D - :D - :D - :D - :D - :D
Zum Kauf empfohlen, gut aufgestellt ... Kursentwicklung ?! - sieht wohl eher schlecht aus. Eigentlich halte ich große Stücke auf PG und die Branche. Warum läuft der Kurs in die falsche Richtung!?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 30.349.484 von XX2007 am 27.06.07 15:29:17DAS IST DIE FRAGE :confused:
DAS IST DIE FRAGE :confused:
DAS IST DIE FRAGE :confused:DAS IST DIE FRAGE :confused:

Mann oh Mann - das verstehe ich nun wirklich nicht !!!
Ohne NEWS - ab in den Süden :mad:
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