Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gaming Realms Plc LSE:GMR London Ordinary Share GB00BBHXD542 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -6.52% 21.50 419,276 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
21.00 22.00 23.00 21.20 23.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 6.88 -4.67 -1.88 61
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:24:46 AT 6,981 21.20 GBX

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Gaming Realms Daily Update: Gaming Realms Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GMR. The last closing price for Gaming Realms was 23p.
Gaming Realms Plc has a 4 week average price of 17.60p and a 12 week average price of 17.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 26.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.40p.
There are currently 285,967,207 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 958,473 shares. The market capitalisation of Gaming Realms Plc is £61,482,949.51.
nashwan123: Bizarre price today with double buys v sells and share price down 1.10p
nashwan123: GMR is a sleeping beauty and well under the market radar.While the share price has been marking time company revenues continue to grow in the background. Let's hope we don't get taken out cheaply as William Hill are about to be.BUY
ben267: AdamB1978- With regards to the amortization of development costs, I'm looking at the 2020 interims and see about a 1mm in amortization charges (note 7). Is that what you see too? While that number would wipe out the current EBITDA, it looks like it's a somewhat stable charge, so as GMR increases revenues, it'll be a smaller portion of overall costs. While the adjustment you make is perfectly reasonable, I think 3-5 years down the road, GMR would probably be generating a lot more revenue. This amortization charge would be a smaller part of the story. GMR looks like it has nice operating leverage and seems to scale a lot better than lets say a factory producing soft drinks. I'm in GMR for the longer haul, so still somewhat comfortable with these charges as long as revenues keep increasing. At least it doesn't have to issue shares like its american SaaS counterparts to sustain these kinds of growth rates...
shoelaces: I was just about to post this. Surprised it wasn't announced by GMR, looks like a great collab. I think as this news trickles out we'll see another upturn in the share price
brownie69: 5m share gone through this morning. Leaves 10m based on Lanistas estimates of lose holders. Ron. Please do not misinterpret my words. People can make up their own minds on what was said but I'm saying that the H1 numbers will be very good as a result of a positive Q2. I think this will cause a further upgrade in analysts expectations. That of course will lead to a rise in the share price The market may work it out as all I'm doing is reading across from the results of others. So the share price could rise at any stage as a result of that read across or if Lanista is correct and the remain for sale shares go through the market. So two positive drivers for new investors.
lanista 0202: Countdracula, I think that you’re missing the point, COVID or no COVID, professional investors with a portfolio bigger than 2 billion, and in the same time owning 9.2 million shares in GMR, can’t be affected by price changes in GMR. They are 9.2 million, GMR shares are not going to move the needle in any direction. A couple of investors sold directly to other investors, and some who are unleashing shares on the market immediately when they hit 18 are irritating me, that’s my personal feelings. I have some money (not too much) in Bango, and their cap is over 100mil. Watching their results and prospects, they’re under GMR, you don’t have to be a financial wizard to assess the current undervaluation of GMR
brownie69: I'm not going to comment much on single days trading let along posts on trading based on a hour or twos data. Its mad because you dont get to see late reported trades and you have no idea of the size of orders that sit behind what may look like a small order. ie a 10,000 order might be the total order of part of a 250k order that going to be worked in pieces. Ron, regarding your comment needing more than half year results to drive the share price Its not about how many sets of results are needed to drive the Share Price it what those results say that counts. We have already seen the effects of the last trading update which triggered a 50% rise in the share price simply by telling the market that EBITDA expectation has been upgraded from £1m to £1.4m. Imagine another 40% upgrade! Ok a bit ambitious but just to illustrate my point. That puts us on nearly £2m EBITDA. Based on the last upgrade that would put us into the 22p to 23p range in my view. whereas if the results have no upgrade to EBITDA then Id expect the share price to stay in its new current range. My point being its the content of the results that will drive the share price
lanista 0202: Ron, I don’t want to be rude, but this shift in price is nothing to do with a ruler and drawing two lines, it’s simply lots of people who have a small amount of shares, hoping that they will turn a fast profit in two or three weeks selling. But if you watch carefully, even yesterday, if you wanted to buy a bigger quantity like 150k, you would need to pay over 17p. I’m very happy that people who are holding small amounts now know that this company is not going to be sold in the near future, and people who are buying now are here to stay. Watching the daily shifts of the share price, especially on smaller amounts, is a waste of time. There were good results in June, no change of management, no offer to buy the company, and the shares have corrected themselves to a realistic level. In September again, after posting good results, the share price will rise to 24-25, if there is no offer to buy, and no change in management, the price will correct itself to 20 again, and so on and so on for the next 18 months. And for all those people who found it offensive when I mentioned GAN, let me point out, that I bought shares for just around 13, last year in May, and sold for just around 28 recently, and like this company, not reacting with new management after doing very well, GAN were punished for not being aggressive, exactly like what I said was going to happen, and I didn’t use a ruler.
lanista 0202: Brownie, let’s put on the side that Teo founding member, with a healthy shareholding, left the company for better Jobs. Let’s also put on the side that the commercial director was personally responsible for bringing all of these contracts home, that we all Like publishing here as good news, left the company. Let’s put on the side that a heavy hitter Like Bell left the board of directors after only bring there for four months. Let’s put on the side that the same two people who led the company from 35p to 5p per share, are now holding all the position (corner shop strategy). Let’s only concentrate on the numbers. The Current management and directors own 20% of the company (the chairman and the CFO awarded thenselves shares at the beginning for 3-4p per share). Another 52% is owned by major shareholders who were there from the beginning. 28% of the shares are held by people like me and you. We know that more than 42% of all shareholders and many of the small ones Like me, are unhappy about the current leadership of the company, and simply, all the unhappy people want out. One institutional investor already 50% of their shares with a loss of 70%. So what is happening? Whenever there is any good news and the shares go up, people with lots of shares are desperately trying to sell and naturally, the share price collapses. So they are not looking at the prospects of this company, they’re looking for an open window so they can jump out. So it is a really impossible situation for the current management. If you place a bid for 12.5p, you can pick up tens of millions of shares. The solution is really simple, to bring in new management who will make all the shareholders believe in a new strategy so that this company can have a free ride for 2 years, or somebody placing a bid for 14+ per share, and buys the company. I’m pretty sure that more than 75% of the shareholders will vote for it. Otherwise, whenever the shares go up, they will unleash their shares for sale, and the share price will drop, and we will be going in a circle all over again. With how serious they are, I don’t have to be a wizard to understand, if you’re prepared to sell a big block of shares with a loss of 70%, and 42% voting against the chairman, is more than telling. Thank you,
brownie69: I guess its all about timing. I'm a relatively new addition to the shareholder register here and thus the current share price is close to double my average price. So I'm a happy bunny! But I note the decline in the share price despite a 40% upgrade by Peel Hunt in the EBITDA forecast. I'm not much concerned by lower level staff coming and going, the commercial director departure is not a company director, just using the title. It might represent a chance for the company to upgrade, who knows? In any event with the biggest opportunities now coming from the US market perhaps the replacement should be based there. I note the dissatisfaction at the Chairman in the AGM vote and on here, thus I assume its based on history? However the total number of options granted to management seems to be within 10% which is considered an acceptable level overall and is within the Code. Thats not a comment on whether they have gone to the right people or not, I dont know. But I do know we have games here that are outperforming the wider market and good traction in the US which will become the worlds largest regulated market.
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