0 Post a comment Thursday, 19 September 2019 – Business by The iomtoday newsdesk – Reporter [email protected] Up to 80 staff at PokerStars in the island have been told their jobs are potentially at risk, iomtoday has learned. But the e-gaming giant says it is committed to retaining the island as a ‘critical operational hub’.We broke the news yesterday that PokerStars had told staff that it would be making redundancies in the island, citing ‘headwinds over the last year, including disruptions in our key markets’.Staff were informed of jobs losses at a meeting yesterday afternoon.It is understood that 80 people in the Isle of Man have been given notice that their job is potentially at risk, with 10 to go this year and others to follow over the next 18 to 24 months.PokerStars, part of the Stars Group, employs some 450 people in the island at two sites – its headquarters at Onchan Head which it bought in 2012 and its office in Quay West on Bridge Road in Douglas, which opened in 2017.The company declined to comment on the number of jobs at risk.Canadian parent The Stars Group has licences or related approvals to operate in 19 jurisdictions.In November… Read full this story
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