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
  -0.10 -0.4% 24.90 282,919 16:29:45
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
24.90 25.25 25.00 24.90 25.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 14.67 9.58 0.44 56.6 73
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:46:43 O 387 24.90 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 25p.
Gaming Realms Plc has a 4 week average price of 21.50p and a 12 week average price of 21.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 42.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 20.40p.
There are currently 292,006,775 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 718,823 shares. The market capitalisation of Gaming Realms Plc is £72,709,686.98.
johneee: You're missing some mind blowing comment or decision from the directors that would make them the 'Elon Musk' of Gaming. Slow dip of licences is' kind of OK' but in this market people expect epic statements of growth and profit are the only panacea . If they sit on their hands then the share price will keep drifting and certainly not up
brownie69: GMR announce an iGaming Service Provider license in Connecticut. Also that they are now trading with Lottimatica, Italy's largest operator. Great news on both counts and hopefully a platform for a share price bounce.
johneee: the share price is dependant on a steady stream of positive news showing increased market share with increasingly higher ebitda EBITDA measures the company's overall financial performance Epicsurf has his inside contacts and is able to explain to the directors - talk is cheap- action provides a reaction. What are they doing to propel GMR into more and more markets to gain credible continued growth momentum ?
langham77: Extremely disappointing share price basis the positive numbers being achieved by the company .
stingersplash: ISoftbet selling for 160M on annual profit of 8M. 20x multiple. GMR market cap 80M on annual profit of 1M. 80x multiple. GMR share price seems inflated.
adamb1978: Maybe tezza....depends on how you look at things. GMR's financial performance really picked up in 2020 - turnover up 66% that year, hit cash EBITDA granted there was probably some excitement in the price, but their financial profile at the end of 2020 was night and day stronger than it was at the start Anyway, its good company and I wouldnt mind getting back in if the share price came off more. Not sure it will though!
adamb1978: Hi Tezza5 Am watching from the sidelines but I'm not sure I'd call GMR a 'covid bubble' stock. They benefited from the last couple years' exuberence and I held for part of that (timing was as much luck as judgement) - the key for me with GMR and a number of other companies is whether markets go back to focussing more on earnings rather than sales multiples and also how much investors look at earnings properly. I was looking at FDEV yesterday (which I also previously held) and the picture on earnings changes vastly if you factor in the investment in R&D which they capitalise, vs that which is expensed (and also irrelevant whether you look at EBITDA minus cap R&D, or EPS post-amort - both metrics factor in the capitalisation element in all/part). Its the same with GMR: if you look at earnings post capitalised R&D then they don't look cheap - EPS pre-amort of cap R&D this year is possibly 1.5p-2p growing to say 3p by 2023 (appears very good value) but when you factor in amortisiation of R&D then EPS is probably closer to 0.5p for 2021 perhaps growing to 1.5p by 2023. The counter argument is that if you look at sales multiples and the market values it on that basis then, particularly when compared to some US companies, they don't look expensive @ perhaps 5x ev/sales for 2022. I'd say that that is far from being a covid bubble valuation. Hence my position on the sidelines whilst the market finds a firming footing rather than the current volatility! Adam
johneee: Hi Epicsurf, If the future is so golden for Gaming Realms that why the hefty continued fall in share price? Something doesn't stack up my friend? Global Players should be partnering with GMR , names in the industry that are the top players, actually taking shares as a percentage of ownership in GMR. Then GMR will bounce. Look what Elon Musk did for Twitter. For now GMR just keeps sliding down every day.....
adamb1978: Thanks for the explanations Epicsurf. The challenge which I have with GMR is that its tough to forecast as they don't publish KPIs or anything which helps you forecast the revenues or the stickiness. I think it would help the share price if they gave some background on the level which are effectively recurring, similar to the royalty-like part of the revenues which you mention. There's a lot of positive narrative around the company, and the cost base in H2 looks flat on H1 which should start to provide some operating leverage which they need...but having a handle on the top-line growth is a challenge. Adam
epicsurf: Https:// Peel Hunt gives Gaming Realms big upside after Ontario approval Broker gives group 140% upside after iGaming approval for appealing Ontario population Peel Hunt has rated Gaming Realms PLC (AIM:GMR, OTCQX:PSDMF) as a buy following the online gambling company's granting of a license in Ontario, which boosted the group’s share price. The broker said Ontario’s long winter nights and large, relatively wealthy population boded well for the gambling market in the state in advance of the opening of the regulated iGaming market on 4 April. Peel Hunt pointed out Gamin Realm had existing commercial partnerships with most of the expected key players in the province, with revenue accumulated so far in 2022 running ahead of management expectations. “Ontario has a relatively wealthy adult population of c.12m and long winter nights, which makes it a promising online casino gaming market,” the broker said. The group’s shares were up more than 16% this morning as it was granted an iGaming licence for the Canadian province. Peel Hunt gave Gaming Realms a price target o 60p, 140% upside on yesterday’s closing price. “Our approval marks an important step in the group's growth trajectory as we focus on expanding and strengthening our global presence and bringing our hugely popular and innovative Slingo content to new audiences," Michael Buckley, executive chairperson, said this morning following the approval announcement. "Ontario should be a bigger market for Gaming Realms than any of the US states that have regulated so far, so we are very excited to have been awarded our supplier license in this territory." Shares in Gaming Realms were up 16.99% to 28.43p by 11:39 GMT this morning.
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