Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gaming Realms LSE:GMR London Ordinary Share GB00BBHXD542 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.625p -7.46% 7.75p 7.75p 9.00p 7.75p 7.75p 7.75p 250 08:05:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 34.0 -7.0 -2.6 - 22.04

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This appointment looks very goodHe is currently Chairman of XLMedia Plc and TechFinancials, Inc. and the Senior Independent Director of The Rank Group Plc.
kirk 6
This spread is unbelievable
kirk 6
in the words of linda lovelace - one swallow does not make a summer!
swiss paul
Looking much better at last
kirk 6
Looks like news out
kirk 6
He having a part ain't her it's only being boosted so they can issue more shares IOTS
swiss paul
More positive news why doesn't this move up
kirk 6
New note release -
Sounds pornographic to me lol
swiss paul
Any comments on results seems upbeat?
kirk 6
How much cash do these have now? Looking to buy below 5p
kirk 6
looking like a mess. Analysts expect them to raise debt to pay off their earn out liabilities, but what happens if they cant raise the debt as the equity value shrinks? Not for widows and orphans.
delisting I shouldn't wonder :-(. considering the amount of cash and i mean cash that this co should be producing then I cant understand why this has not rocketed
swiss paul
Big Drop today and chart looking very weak. Wonder where this is heading.
Thom - sorry to hear - am a holder since PDX days - don't worry mate these are not going anywhere - dilution is the name of this co fella
swiss paul
Bought shares this morning and watched to see the buy go through. Nothing happened and then the penny dropped. Checked on ISDX and there they were. I know from experience that when companies trade on both exchanges in my opinion it is a no win situation for investors. So sadly I knew i had to sell them again. I did not have a lot just a few now and again. 4100 in one account and the 2000 that i had just bought in another. Sold them both and guess where the sells appeared. On the LSE. Glad i am now out. Pity really because I think they will do well. But too many games will be played between the exchanges for my liking. At the moment I am the only buy on ISDX and i have the only two sells on LSE. So it's plain to see.
Who's going to bankroll next year!?
Excellent trading update. If the momentum continues they could be EBITDA positive for the full year.
the shuffle man
Gaming Realms plc (the "Company" or the "Group") Interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2016 Growth Strategy Generates 109% Year on Year Revenue Growth Gaming Realms plc, which creates, publishes and licenses next generation mobile games, today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2016. Financial highlights: H1 2016 £'000s H1 2015 £'000s Movement % Revenue 16,632 7,954 109 Adjusted EBITDA (2,999) (2,428) (24) EPS from continuing operations (pence) (2.22) (1.80) (23) Depositing players H1 2016 numbers H1 2015 numbers Movement % Average monthly* 55,387 15,493 257 New * 143,282 38,869 269 * excluding disposals (see note 3) · Significant revenue growth of 109% to £16.6m (H1/15: £8.0m) driven by continued success from the Group's proprietary mobile platform ("Grizzly") and the acquisition of the social gaming assets from Real Networks, which contributed £3.8m of social gaming and licensing revenues in H1/16 (H1/15: £nil) · Real money gambling revenue on the Grizzly platform up 143% to £10.2m (H1/15: £4.2m) · EBITDA loss of £3.0m (H1/15: £2.4m) which includes an H1/16 front loaded growth investment in marketing of £9.5m related to the Group's ongoing investment in and launch of Britain's Got Talent games, as well as the continued scaling in our other real money gaming sites and mobile apps. This investment in marketing has been the key driver in the growth of our revenues and depositing players, and compares to £5.1m of marketing expenditures in H1/15 · The Board believes that the Group is trading in line with market expectations, which implies that the Group will be EBITDA positive for 2016 Operational highlights: · Mobile usage predominates on Grizzly platform, with 84% of depositing players using mobile up from 80% in H1/15 · Player take-up increased 269% with 143,282 new depositing players during the period (H1/15: 38,869) excluding disposals in current and prior periods · Disposal of non-core assets including third party platform bingo sites and marketing agency to focus on core strategy · Licensing contracts with Zynga and Scientific Games into significant adjacent markets · Launch of Britain's Got Talent games site in the UK · Continued investment in product development, in line with the Group's strategy of highly focused investment in our games, platform and player acquisition Post-period end: The Group has signed and launched a number of key deals which will further help growth for H2 2016: · Launch of and creation of a new game based on the television show · A B2B deal with Bauer Media for the co-promotion of across Bauer's radio, digital and magazine titles, including Heat and Closer magazines, and on Heat, Kiss, Magic and Absolute radio stations · The Group has launched its Remote Game Server which allows the licensing of its games to selected partners, which will have a direct positive impact on the EBITDA contribution in 2017 and beyond Patrick Southon, Chief Executive, said: "The Group has delivered an excellent first half as a result of focusing on our proprietary technology and games publishing and licensing. "We have seen strong growth on our proprietary Grizzly platform, which has been achieved through the development of unique content, investment in player acquisition and improved use of CRM on mobile. We continue to see lower player costs per acquisition than the industry average. Our revenue per active real money player in H1/16 has increased by 56% to £110 v H1/15. At the same time, we have streamlined the business through the disposal of our third party platform bingo sites and marketing agency. "The integration of the Social Games teams in Seattle and Vancouver Island has been successful and the Group is now producing content through a combined road map for both real money and free to play apps. In addition, we continue to sign strategic partnerships and licensing deals for our content, IP and platform with blue chip partners, which underlines the long term growth prospects of the Group." Outlook The Group will continue to implement its business strategy, which has proven to be very successful in H1 2016. At the same time, the disposal of the third-party platform bingo sites and the re-organisation of our non-core digital marketing activities have helped to increase the focus on the highest growth areas of the business. The Board believes that the Group is trading in line with market expectations, which implies that the Group will be EBITDA positive for 2016.
swiss paul
always seems to be deal after deal with this co - bet it will be offloaded within 12 months after another 'strategic review'. Trouble is these deals never seem to bring in the money - wheres me divvi spivvi?
swiss paul
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