World Poker Tour Sold For $9 Million E-mail
World Poker TourA privately held investment group called Gamynia Limited will pay $9,075,000 plus a percentage of future revenues for almost all of WPT Enterprises assets, including its television, sponsorship, distribution and licensing units.

The agreement will also see Gamynia jump full force into the online gaming market and, as a result, it has secured the services of Hardway Investments Ltd., an online gaming marketing company that has worked with Titan Poker and several other online gaming sites in the past.

"We believe this transaction will enable the World Poker Tour to realize its full potential across both its existing businesses and the lucrative online gaming market," said Steve Lipscomb, President and CEO of WPT Enterprises.