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Interim Results revenues fall

28 August 2015 09:24 digital entertainment's total revenues fell to £296.5m in the six months to the end of June - down from £317.1m. said this reflected the absence of the FIFA World Cup, lower margins in sports, market declines in poker and the impact of EU VAT in certain markets; nationally regulated and/or taxed markets represented 60% of total revenue (2014: 56%).

Gross gaming revenue through mobile/touch grew by 50% and now represents 30% of overall GGR (2014: 19%) with growth across all verticals.

Clean earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation rose by 2% to £47.3m (2014: £46.4m) despite being impacted by lower revenue and higher taxes. Excluding the impact of EU VAT and the POCT, clean EBITDA would have increased by 24% to £57.7m (2014: £46.4m).

Chief executive Norbert Teufelberger said: "Based upon our progress in the year-to-date and with the further roll-out of our latest mobile products, the introduction of new CRM tools and planned entry into two new nationally regulated markets later this year, we remain confident about the full year outlook."

At 9:24am: (LON:BPTY) digital entertainment PLC share price was +0.45p at 114.15p

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