Tag Archives: Matthew Tripp

Crown Resorts agrees to CrownBet sale

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Crown resorts has announced an agreement to sell its stake in CrownBet, as part of the company’s ongoing debt reduction strategy. The Australian gaming and entertainment group is to recoup AU$150m for its 62% interest in CrownBet, together with loans advanced by it to CrownBet. In a statement released to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), it was detailed that a …

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Tabcorp governance told to explain unfair price plan ‘Project Alfred’

As the Australian Competition Tribunal (ACT) takes on the role of lead supervising body of the AUS $11 billion planned merger of Tabcorp Holdings and Tatts Group a number of industry stakeholders have addressed concern regarding the combination to create the Australia’s outright gambling market leader. This week, former merger review body The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) revealed …

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On a Tripp! James Packer’s Crown Resort secures control of BetEasy

Australian billionaire James Packer has secured control of new betting operator BetEasy through his Crown Resorts leisure enterprise. Crown Resorts released a statement this morning confirming the tie-up between the two parties, which will see Crown Resorts own two thirds of the BetEasy enterprise. Crown Resorts controlling investment in BetEasy is set to give the leisure operator quick access into …

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Matthew Tripp targets Australia’s biggest bookmakers with BetEasy

Australian igaming entrepreneur Matthew Tripp stated that he wants his new business venture BetEasy.com.au, to revolutionise the Australian sports betting market. The bullish owner of BetEasy has vowed to offer Australian punters the best sports value and entertainment in the market, taking established Australian bookmakers head-on. Tripp who sold his previous sports betting venture Sportsbet Australia to Irish operators Paddy …

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Sportsbet loses injunction against Tripp’s BetEazy

Paddy Power Australian owned Sportsbet lost its Victoria Supreme Court injunction over employee poaching by operator BetEazy. Having heard the representative cases of both operators, the appointed judge, granted favour to BetEazy regarding the hiring of customer services manager Kelli Carpanini. Sportsbet lawyers claimed Carpanini breached her six-month non-compete period by commencing work for BetEasy last month and had sought …

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Sportsbet files court injunction against BetEazy.com over staff poaching

Australian bookmaker Sportsbet has filed a Supreme Court injunction against Beteasy, in order to halt staff members defecting to new online betting operator Betasy.com. BetEazy.com, is the new sports betting brand of ex Sportsbet Managing Director and Founder Matthew Tripp. Sportsbet, who are owned by Irish gambling operator – Paddy Power filed a court injuncation with the State of Victoria …

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Matthew Tripp Acquires Betezy

Business man Matthew Tripp, ex owner of Australian focused sports betting operator Sportsbet.com.au will re-enter the Australian sports betting market. Having just finished his non-compete clause from the sale of Sportsbet.com.au to Irish sports betting operator Paddy Power, Tripp has quietly acquired  embattled operator Betezy for a reported sum of AUS $10 million (£5.42 million) The acquisition of Betezy.com.au, will …

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