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Paul Tate Pleads Guilty to Operating Illegal Gambling

Paul Tate operating illegal gambling in the US

Paul Tate pleaded guilty to operating an illegal gambling business in the US, which could cost him 5 years in prison.

Paul Tate, a former PokerStars employee, admitted to U.S. Magistrate Jodge Barbara Moses that he was operating an illegal gambling business. Tate could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison. “My family and I have paid a heavy price for this conduct,” said Tate. Amaya, the company that owns PokerStars released a statement, dissociated itself from the case, stating that it has “no impact or legal implications on our business or operations.”

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