Playtech founder Teddy Sagi continues to divest his shareholdings.

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    Moonlight Cat

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    Moonlight Cat

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    :))) Maybe. But as i know, Teddi Sagi buy property in Europe. Hotels in Germany, and Camden Market in UK.
     
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    Ripping people off, going to jail, coming out clean, and selling up your share holdings is pretty nice business isn't it?
     
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    I wonder what Playtech will be worth in the near future, now that Playtech is no longer the crème de la crème of online casino software. It probably explains why he's selling up now.
     
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    I always liked Playtech games in the past but you're right they no longer can compete with the likes of NetEnt and others. Hopefully with Sagi out of the picture they can make a turn-around and force better t&c's on casinos that use their software.

    Maybe I'm being a bit too optimistic.
     
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    The entire place needs restructuring with 100% fresh blood. Keeping old stock, one risks a similar fate to the WillHill (Tel Aviv) mutiny.
     
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    Jul 19, 2017 at 11:58 AM
    Their tactic is now a bit different. They're making deals with (state) monopolists and strong market leaders in different countries. I think their success depends a lot on the success in the future of this monopolists. They also offer landbased products which is interesting.

    Pure on online slots, they cannot compete anymore.
     

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