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Management revealed that the group has made a strong start in Q4/09 and the Board is confident on the it's full year prospects.
Commenting on the third quarter KPIs, Jim Ryan, Chief Executive Officer, said:
"Our performance in the seasonally weak third quarter was in line with our expectations, with revenue up 11% versus the previous quarter.
"Casino once again delivered a robust performance with solid growth in player yields. We have increased the gross win margin in sports betting and remain focused on operational improvements to enhance the quality of our product and risk management tools.
"Poker remains challenging from a competitive standpoint, but we are encouraged by the increased player traffic during September and into October on the back of our new retention initiatives such as the enhanced loyalty programme, improved VIP offer and automated reactivation campaigns.
"Finally, the addition of Cashcade transformed our presence in the $1.5 billion online bingo market and was the driver behind the substantial increase in our bingo revenue.
"Our strategy is to drive both our B2C and B2B offerings and become a top three player in all of our product verticals. Having launched sites on behalf of four new customers in the quarter, our B2B strategy is progressing well. The important fourth quarter has started strongly, as expected, and we remain confident about the full year outlook."
Source: InfoPowa News
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