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PokerStars Named Operator of the Year
PokerStars last night won the 'Poker Operator of the Year' award at the EGR Operator Awards 2016 in London, making it three years in a row that the world's largest online poker brand has claimed the headline poker category. Amaya Inc. (Nasdaq: AYA; TSX: AYA) and PokerStars were shortlisted across five awards in total.

The EGR Operator Awards, which is hosted by industry news publication eGaming Review, took place last night at the Honourable Artillery Company gardens in East London. The awards mark one of the most important dates in the gaming industry calendar and attract hundreds of industry professionals from the world's leading online gaming firms, who gather to celebrate operational excellence and commercial success in the sector.

"Winning the Poker Operator of the Year for the third year in a row is great testament to the passion and hard work that people across the business put into making PokerStars the best poker site in the world," said Severin Rasset, Director of Poker Innovation and Operations. "We always think about our players first and we are committed to keep it that way."

In addition to winning the Poker Operator of the Year award, Amaya Inc. and its brands were finalists in four other significant categories:

·         Winner: Poker Operator of the Year - PokerStars
·         Operator of the Year – Amaya
·         Socially Responsible Operator of the Year – Amaya
·         Customer Service Operator of the Year – Amaya
·         Casino Operator of the Year – PokerStars Casino

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