IGN is reporting that online casino operator Interplay has been acquired by one of the world, and possibly the worlds largest online gambling platform, Interplay Group.
The news comes as part of an agreement between Interplay and gaming giant, which is owned by Microsoft.
This news will be interesting for both gamers and industry players alike.
Interplay’s website has been up and running for some time now, and we’re reporting that the company will now be focusing on a new strategy to provide a service for gamers.
This includes offering a gaming platform that is not dependent on the gaming platform of the casino operator.
This means that players will be able to create and run their own casinos.
The deal will be completed when the company has reached a certain threshold of revenue.
This threshold is set to be reached by August 1st, according to a statement from Interplay.
The announcement comes on the heels of Interplay announcing a massive restructuring and the acquisition of its gaming division, InterPlay Group.
This is in addition to the restructuring of the company that is underway and the company’s announcement earlier this month that it will no longer be involved in online gaming.
The combined company has now been in operation for six years and the deal will not change that.
The acquisition is expected to be finalized by August 31st, 2018.