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Internet poker giant The Stars Group revealed that they're laying off some staff at their Isle of Man office after international poker operations slowed in recent months.
The company is cutting some of their staff from the hub on the Isle, which is thought to have about 400 employees on the payroll. A specific number on the number of layoffs isn't known as of press time, but TSG confirmed the move is being made in order "to deliver our mid-term growth targets and long-term sustainable growth."
The Stars Group remains the biggest name in online poker, as they oversee the PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker brands. The company is present in most major online markets that are regulated, and have recently jumped into the American market after previously pulling out years ago.
When we learn more about the layoffs we'll let readers know the details.