Chairman of Playtech Alan Jackson said Playtech’s results were in line with the company’s expectations for the period.
"Growth in daily average revenues in the gaming division in the year to date remains strong with organic growth supplemented by acquisitions made in 2016 and 2017 including BGT, Quickspin, ECM and Eyecon," said Playtech's chairman.
“As previously indicated, the initial phase of our contract with the Sun Bingo has been more challenging than anticipated and we have recently taken further steps to address the issues, including significantly strengthening the management team, resulting in an improving performance.”
Simon French of Cenkos Securities pointed out that the challenging performance with Sun Bingo acted as a drag on Playtech's performance.
However, he said that despite this Cenkos expected no change to the expectations of EBITDA €362m for the company.
French added: “The stock has performed strongly in 2017, up 19% YTD and there may be some profit taking on the back of this in-line statement but we would use any weakness as a buying opportunity.”
Jackson added: "The financials division has performed in line with our expectations, with continued growth in the B2B business and improved B2C customer KPIs; CFH continues to perform well following the acquisition in November.