Canadian betting giant Amaya Gaming has announced that they expect their 2015 financial results to be on the higher side of previous estimates by industry analysts.
The firm has been at the forefront of the online gaming industry in the past two year, as it has purchased PokerStars and Full Tilt and made strides into getting a gaming license in New Jersey. In November it was estimated that the company's revenues would be between C$1.29 billion and C$1.34 billion, with earning being $552-572 million.
A company statement on the upcoming earnings read: "There were no material changes to the assumptions used to determine the previously announced guidance or the update provided in this release. Such update is based on unaudited expected results."