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Formed in 2005, Fairground's primary business was in the online casino sector, but it also operated two online poker cardrooms. In June 2006, the company acquired the Spin Palace Group for approximately $65 million.
Casinos owned by the group included:
- Spin Palace Casino
- Ruby Fortune Casino
- Mummys Gold Casino
- Piggs Casino
- Cabaret Club
- Jackpots in a Flash
The poker rooms were:
- Spin Palace Poker
As of October 2006 the company no longer took United States customers due to passing of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006. Subsequently, the company was liquidated.
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