Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Netplay LSE:NPT London Ordinary Share GB00BZBXBN29 ORD 1.071429P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.875p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:37:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 26.3 0.6 0.2 40.3 24.74

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16/3/2017
14:11
ambond: Just seen this in today's Shares magazine online: https://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/article/should-you-accept-or-reject-a-takeover-bidACCEPT THE BID; IT'S THE BEST OFFER YOU'LL GETShareholders in gambling group NetPlay TV (NPT:AIM) will soon be asked to vote on a 9p cash per share takeover offer from Betsson. We've heard rumblings from private investors that many shareholders aren't happy with the price, saying it is less than half the level at which the company traded three years ago. We believe shareholders should accept the bid as the business faces an extremely tough period should it remain as an independent entity. NetPlay has been hammered by tougher taxes in the gambling sector over the past few years and the situation will only get worse. An additional tax comes into force later this year on 'free bet' offers which will eat into another large chunk of its earnings. The company lacks sufficient scale in our view and has failed in its attempts to diversify geographically. It doesn't have the money to make investments to stay competitive. As such, we believe investors need to accept that the share price is highly unlikely to return to its 20p+ dizzy heights seen in 2014. We see little chance of someone else making a higher offer. NetPlay talked to various third parties in the second half of 2016 and didn't attract a single bid.
04/3/2017
17:39
coxsmn: Very good article on pg14 of this weeks IC, says it all:"Kindred's bid brings into sharp perspective the derisory offer for rival Netplay TV from acquirer Bettson, a company that has been a leading consolidator in the online gaming sector following its acquisitions of TonyBet and Racebets in 2016. Bettson is only offering an 11 per cent premium to Netplay's average share price over the past three months, and values Netplay at less than six times analysts' cash profit estimates to enterprise value for the 2016 financial year. Netplay's shareholders are also being deprived of their final payout, a wholly unacceptable state of affairs as I highlighted a fortnight ago"Dyor.coxsmn
20/1/2017
07:31
ambond: I've been an avid lurker of this forum and find it one of the most useful discussions on the Company (other than Chimers helpful comments). I've been a follower of this company since Simon Thompson tipped it in IC but I am getting increasingly concerned about my investment - so much so that I got my partner to try and call the CEO yesterday to ask him a few questions. Needless to say she didn't get through but she did speak to someone at their media agency. I'd heard that SPO were considering buying NPT before Christmas which seemed like an odd turn up for the books considering NPT had tried to buy the Pools previously. But perhaps after their VAT windfall, they had some spare cash. I'd also read somewhere (possibly on this forum?) about a merger possibility with TTR back in the summer but ever since I started following the company there has been speculation on that. This led me to start wondering if that meant that NPT was up for sale, which seemed likely to me. However their media people said that there was nothing happening on that front as they would have been obliged to announce it, being a public company. So if NPT aren't trying to sell or merge, then I wonder how they will get the share price back up again? I see Slaters have recently been selling and I'm generally a fan of Mark Slater so this causes a bit of worry. There have also been no recent director buys and as Smithless pointed out their Chairman seems to sell everytime there is some liquidity.
03/1/2017
14:34
speedsgh: AISHAH - I do hope you're right. The share price performance here has been pretty atrocious over the past 3yrs in spite of the useful dividends in the meantime. Here's to much better in 2017!
09/1/2014
14:31
festario: The NPT share price is where it is because of the modest dividend. Others like 888 and GVC pay much higher rates to shareholders. The share price here is a function of that.
30/11/2010
20:25
richaims: simonh88 Any chance of a reply to this, please? : richaims - 29 Nov'10 - 23:00 - 2845 simonh88 Why do you continue to spend a lot of time and effort in negative de-ramping if as you claim you have no position in NPT. I conclude your claim is false. What do you stand to gain if the NPT share price falls? But probably more relevant, what do you stand to lose if the NPT share price continues to go up? richaims
29/11/2010
23:07
richaims: simonh88 Why do you continue to spend a lot of time and effort in negative de-ramping if as you claim you have no position in NPT. I conclude your claim is false. What do you stand to gain if the NPT share price falls? But probably far more relevant, what do you stand to lose if the NPT share price continues to go up? ------------------------------------------------ And is there any chance of a response to this from the other NPT thread ?: richaims - 29 Nov'10 - 20:51 - 2841: simonh88 As you keep falsely accusing me of being a ramper (thereby confusing positivity with ramping), answer this : Did you regard your hero Ben Jaglom of Growth Company Investor as being a ramper when he recommended buying NPT shares at 22.75p in June? And as he got that totally wrong, how come you keep referring to his recent sell recommendation at 6p, since when the shares have gone up 20 per cent? richaims
29/11/2010
23:00
richaims: simonh88 Why do you continue to spend a lot of time and effort in negative de-ramping if as you claim you have no position in NPT. I conclude your claim is false. What do you stand to gain if the NPT share price falls? But probably more relevant, what do you stand to lose if the NPT share price continues to go up? richaims
28/11/2010
03:25
richaims: c2 simonh88 might even work for a competitor such as SBT which might be about to make an offer to buy NPT at a substantial premium. Hence all the negativity in an attempt to keep the NPT share price down. Any takeover could obviously boost the NPT share price substantially. rich
21/11/2010
16:00
richaims: Sportingbet confirmed on 15/11/2010 that it has had and will continue to have discussions with different parties in relation to a variety of potential opportunities : http://www.sportingbetplc.com/Statement%20re%20Press%20Comment.aspx Whereas there can be no certainty as to whether or not such discussions will result in any form of transaction, it could explain why the NPT share price went up 50 per cent this week. Any acquisition would have to be at a substantial premium to the current NPT share price in my opinion.
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