Online gambling software developer and provider reports first quarter revenues up by 64 percent, but records a GBP3.3 million pre-tax loss
First quarter revenues at Gaming Realms, a UK developer and provider of online gaming products, rose by 64 percent to GBP 1.43 million, the company reports
New depositing players increased 55 percent to 29,291, (Q4 2013: 18,881), whilst daily average depositors increased 156 percent to 3,504 (Q4 2013: 1,370).
Preliminary results for the period from to the end of September 2013 show revenues of GBP 881,060 but a pre-tax loss of GBP 3.3m.
Chairman Michael Buckley commented:
"The group achieved significant progress in 2013, following the integration of its three principle businesses and subsequent Admission to AIM.
"Having made substantial investment in technology and product marketing, we are now focused on growing the customer base of our unique gaming offering.
"After the reassuring progress made in the first months as a listed business, the company has achieved excellent growth in customer numbers, with new and daily depositors up 334 percent and 155 percent respectively in the first financial quarter of 2014.
"Customer numbers have continued to accelerate as we develop and enhance our products.
"It is encouraging to see that 50 percent of our gambling revenues came from mobile, which, together with tablet, reflects online gaming trends and is a significant focus for the business."
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