The outspoken and polarizing Tony G has officially ended his three year sponsorship with Party Poker. The announcement ends a great era that saw the rise in popularity of both Tony G and Party Poker.
The Pokernews founder has decided to focus his attention to his online gambling business, TonyBet. The Estonia licensed site offers gambling products including a sportsbook and an online casino.
Tony Guoga has expressed his desire to develop this website that offers a wide range of games. TonyBet has already gained a pool betting agreement with Unibet’s B2B division Kambi. Recently, TonyBet opened the EU’s first land based sports betting venue in Estonia. Also, Tony Guoga has stated that an online poker client should be running in the near future and discussions have been made with the Microgaming (MPN) Network.
Despite his commitment to his new business venture, Tony G has expressed his intention to stay in the Party Poker Premier League as well as continue his successful poker career. He still remains the founder and owner of one of the most popular sites in PokerNews.