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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Best Of The Best Plc LSE:BOTB London Ordinary Share GB00B16S3505 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.00 -3.1% 500.00 1,662 08:00:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
480.00 520.00 500.00 500.00 500.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 34.68 5.14 45.30 11.0 47
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:16:05 O 19 516.00 GBX

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Posted at 01/2/2023 08:20 by Best Of The Best Daily Update
Best Of The Best Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOTB. The last closing price for Best Of The Best was 516p.
Best Of The Best Plc has a 4 week average price of 365p and a 12 week average price of 365p.
The 1 year high share price is 516p while the 1 year low share price is currently 365p.
There are currently 9,412,901 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 29,448 shares. The market capitalisation of Best Of The Best Plc is £47,064,505.
Posted at 27/1/2023 14:35 by serratia
Best of the Best PLC - Half-year Report
Revenue of £13.65 million (H1 2021 £19.12m), significantly greater than the £7.60 million delivered pre-pandemic in H1 2020, the most appropriate comparative period

And:

Profit before tax of £2.71 million (H1 2021: £3.04 million), again greater than the £1.38 million generated in H1 2020

However, earnings are strong, especially as they are higher than H1 last year:

Earnings per share 27.95p (H1 2021: 27.26p)

It seems that they have cut one of their games:

As previously reported, in order to put the business in a better position for the reduced levels of revenue post-pandemic we have made changes to the product line-up, re-balancing our three principal weekly competitions - to two enhanced ones with an additional 'Friday Fun' competition under trial. We are pleased with the results of these changes, which have enhanced margins and make the business better operationally geared for future increases in revenue.

Their broker, finnCap, have more details:

In response to changing market conditions, the two mid-week competitions have been consolidated into one at a loss of c.£4.0m pa of revenue, which is reflected in our new forecasts, but there is no impact to EBITDA.

Overall, they say:

Trading since the period end has continued in line with our expectations.

And finnCap leave forecasts unchanged:


Even on unchanged forecasts, that FCF yield does make the company look very cheap if it is realistic. Doing our own basic calculations: annualising the H1 earnings, in a business with little seasonality, would be 56p, and distributable cash is probably around £2.5m or 30p per share. If you said a P/E of 10 then that’s around £6/share as a very undemanding price target. finnCap keep theirs at £9.90.

On the downside, we still don’t have any details on the GIL “Licensing and Distribution Agreement and a Marketing and Collaboration Agreement”, and finnCap now expects this with results in June. And no dividend was declared (they don’t normally declare an interim dividend, but do sometimes do a special), and we have management that sold most of their shares for £4. Still, the low valuation is likely to trump these concerns in the short term.

Posted at 26/1/2023 13:00 by feverfan
Useful insight re BIDS. I’m not too familiar with the company other than its rollercoaster share price and what it does but…can they target adverts based on age? What’s to stop a 16 year old playing Need For Speed (making this up) seeing the ads, or are there controls in place? There’s no revenue to be had as you can’t play BOTB under 18 anyways so it would be wasted advertising. I’m sure mgt have considered this as they clearly know their channels but was interested in the tech/ data privacy angle of sharing of DOB or whether data regulations forbid that. Is it the banner type advertising around the race circuit, or could it be something like the in game ads I see when I play the free version of doodle jump and every five minutes I’m spammed with videos I have to watch for laptops and so on?
Posted at 26/1/2023 10:41 by amelio
They are currently running a large marketing campaign within mobile games via Bidstack BIDS. Lots of BOTB adverts programmatically displayed within mobile games. Appears to be having an impact.
Posted at 14/1/2023 04:43 by rambutan2
I suppose it's also worth pondering on what might happen if the two sides don't finalise agreements. To my mind, the "racy" Teddy Sagi and the straight batting BOTB management, are not obvious bedfellows.

"Further to the announcements in September regarding the signing of a Letter of Intent with Globe Invest Limited (GIL) and their subsequent strategic investment, information sharing and negotiations are underway regarding both the Licensing and Distribution Agreement and the Marketing and Collaboration Agreement. The Company hopes to finalise these agreements before the end of the year."

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Posted at 04/1/2023 17:55 by chinahere
Are there any details about how GIL generated international revenue will come to BOTB?
Posted at 25/11/2022 10:31 by steveberyl
Tern holders, to a man, are completely ignorant or plain NAIVE, to say Sisto does not increase SHAREHOLDER VALUE.

SISTO most certainly DOES INCREASE SHAREHOLDER VALUE.

SISTO increases shareholder value in every Investee, the only share that SISTO neglects is, TERN.

But there can be no denying, SISTO DELIVERS and gets plaudits from the Investee shareholders, as do ALL TERN BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ALL DO A GREAT JOB FOR INVESTEES.

FINANCIAL BURDEN AND ALL RISKS TAKEN BY TERN HOLDERS, INVESTEES HAVE NO FINANCIAL WORRIES

Posted at 23/11/2022 08:16 by feverfan
Disclosure: I’m long.

Agreed. If you strip out the covid bump, and look at how it was valued previously, this looks cheap (FCF yield 13%). There’s barely any volume traded - all the PIs have been burned and are too scared to come back. But they’re trading in line for half year and forecast FCF £5m, with net cash at £9m. Given the mcap is only £39m that’s pretty chunky! And all before the GIL deal which would appear, details pending, to be very helpful and must be earnings positive for next FY….there̵7;s additional uk revenue from the marketing agreement albeit it will potentially be lower margin than current agreements, but more importantly there is the licensing revenue from international agreements. The setup is quite clever as BOTB appear to be taking the more low risk option for intl expansion. I’m happy to let the dividends keep rolling in! Given they usually pay a dividend similar to EPS I’m expecting some form of capital return c50p which is a chunky yield. Medium term I still think this is going to be taken private with mgt and GIL buying out some of the IIs that bought in and can’t hold privately but want to get rid of it and move on…I can’t see what the benefits of being public are anymore and they’re only £39m MCAP and with no volume traded already.

Posted at 11/9/2022 03:45 by purplepelmets
Certainly a correlation between the toxic obnoxiousness of a bb and a share price collapse. BOTB and LIT, both utterly arrogant cesspits of bulletin boards pre-shellacking, sneering at casual observers. Serves you snobs bloody well right.
Posted at 17/12/2021 20:23 by jackson83
Sorry places a lot of boohoo posts 😞 on wrong thread - apologies 🥰…

RE BOTB 🚩Dow Jones starting to show cracks before the mega crash / some U.K. stocks will drop like a stone then & most or a lot will be sold down / panic selling cause a 80p share price correction / recession looms

AS FOR BOTB 🚩

mounting competition & an expected profits down grade could see profits crash again .. BOTB ate lousing market share now , megs advertising huge bills & weeky revenue way down / existing customers not playing as much / many move to more interesting car comps .. this could be sold down to 400p soon WARNING ⚠️ OF A PROFITS WARNING .. will cause panic selling / SHORT SELLING & general banking profits before BAD BEWS HITS this share price HARD 🗑🥕🚩

Posted at 17/9/2021 06:58 by hotaimstocks
Dream car giveaways are uk leading car competition now .... I see BOTB share price drop to 350p over the next month.
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