Playtech could be forced to close live casino locations over coronavirus

Board pulls dividend and scraps shareholder returns in move to maximise liquidity

Playtech has contingency plans in place should its core B2B gambling revenue be negatively impacted by the closure of its live casino portfolio. The London-listed supplier has already been forced to close its live casino facility in the Philippines due to the coronavirus pandemic, although its Riga-based studio remains open. Updating investors on Thursday, the…

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