Purple Lounge in Deal with Devilfish Gaming?

Mystery email indicates the potential new development

A potential new development has been reported in the saga of the failed Purple Lounge Poker, as a blank email was apparently sent by Devilfish Gaming to registered users of Devilfish Gaming plc with the following subject: "Devilfish Welcomes Purple Lounge Players".

This instantly triggered speculation that the two sites, both of which are on the Entraction network, have closed a deal, and that the lack of any message in the email could mean it was mistakenly sent.

However, no official statement has arrived so far from neither company, despite the Purple Lounge's promise over a week ago to tell players what’s going on within seven days.

And also, if the rumors of such a deal are true, where does that leave parent Media Corp's claimed agreement with Gaming Media Group, which has also been silent on all the recent mentioning of both the Media Corp claim and the alleged Devilfish partnership news.

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