Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
GAN LSE:GAN London Ordinary Share GB00BGCC6189 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -2.88% 50.50p 48.00p 52.00p 53.00p 49.00p 52.00p 237,859 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 9.1 -4.2 -5.0 - 42.95

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15/10/2018
13:43
Thanks Rivaldo
noujay
15/10/2018
12:04
Berenberg are getting more optimistic on the US sports betting opportunity.... Https://uk.webfg.com/news/broker-recommendations/berenberg-on-paddy-power--3535147.html "Analysts at Berenberg upgraded bookmaker Paddy Power to 'hold' on Friday, noting that it believes recent scepticism surrounding the newly opened-up US sports betting market had been "premature". ....Berenberg's current analysis valued the market opportunity at as much as $25bn per year, of which it believes Paddy Power could take 15% "over the long-term". The broker also praised Paddy Power Betfair's joint-venture with FanDuel for affording the group an attractive opportunity to align itself with an established brand and also highlighted further benefits provided to it via land-based partner Boyd Gaming's distribution capabilities... ...Berenberg now thinks that the US opportunity is "more interesting" than it had initially thought....."
rivaldo
15/10/2018
12:02
wot an exciting journey
remarkomsoc
15/10/2018
10:38
Give it 2 or 3 years and all states will legalise gaming and casinos will need experienced partners & particularly those with the killer patent....
molatovkid
15/10/2018
08:54
Indeed Cottoner. GAN's "peanuts" simulated gaming revenue share is forecast - after the more recent contract wins - to increase from £3.8m last year to £4.47m this year and then to £5.46m next year. That's a 43% increase in 2 years to approaching £500k per month.
rivaldo
15/10/2018
08:41
http://www.sj-r.com/opinion/20181013/letter-illinois-needs-to-legalize-regulate-sports-betting
busterdog2
14/10/2018
12:24
Just thought it was worth pointing out that the 'peanuts' revenue GAN gets from Simulated Gaming is: 'Simulated GamingTM recurring revenues have increased by 20% from £1.8m in the prior year comparative period to £2.1m for the six months ended 30 June 2018.'
cottoner
14/10/2018
09:21
I completely agree it's important to look at both sides and balance it out. It means people get the benefit of research into companies in order to find a real picture.For example regarding the patent. New ways of rewarding customers in order to avoid using and paying for GAN's patent is a highly unlikely threat.Firstly because most every casino in the US has on-property rewards schemes for their customers and these will become increasingly important within a competitive and growing marketplace and secondly because the rewards themselves are not what the patent relates to.The patent GAN hold is a link between the customer reward card and their online account. This is of course in the majority of casinos purely for simulated gaming at the moment, and will convert to real money as states regulate (that's GAN's peanuts and light beverage division) as well as, critically, providing identification for the customer.GLA of course.
noujay
13/10/2018
20:52
Its a slow burn maybe/ maybe not but with great potential. Multiple news of casino real money online and another big state New York? for sports betting and/or positive patent news transformational forgive the hackneyed term. Patent licence value is money but unknown. Has to balance with benefit and maybe there are other ways of rewarding customers. There are two sides to the coin. It is fair to give balanced argument. Good luck.
parx1
13/10/2018
13:48
parx1 you have been a member for two weeks and have made four posts with negative undertones, all of them on this BB. Makes me wonder what your agenda could possibly be? And also what your previous handle may have been?
busterdog2
13/10/2018
13:30
This will be a slow burn but a large proportion of the revenues are recurring and there is a significant opportunity for both real money, simulated and sports book. Time-wise it may be too slow to excite you but medium term if they get this right and the opportunity develops as it currently is then this has as good a chance of being one of the big winners as any.
noujay
13/10/2018
13:23
yeah sure a real money deal shifts the centre of gravity. GAN have how many simulated gaming deals? Is one real money deal a company maker? So a simulated gaming deal pays peanuts. You don't need exact numbers just open eyes and logic.
parx1
13/10/2018
13:15
parx1 Simulated gaming pays peanuts. Could you put 'peanuts' into a monetary value? Much much in say six months?
cottoner
13/10/2018
13:11
I think Fanduel deal will be pretty profitable but we will see in due course.Regarding the wolf from the door..you realise the company is recently debt free and capitalised for the expansion of real money gaming with their key partners?Patent is uncertain yes of course, although is has just successfully withstood a challenge (and been updated to include additional features in the process) which gives it plenty of legal strength. That, plus existing users like MGM/Borg etc, should give them plenty of confidence in the licensing enforcement programme.We shall see..!
noujay
13/10/2018
13:01
More competition in Penn impacts GAN revenue. GAN gets 3% profit from Fanduel. It won't keep the wolf from the door. Simulated gaming pays peanuts. Mississippi population only 2.9 million and real money is future speculation. Casinos could jointly challenge patent. Info sharing to find loophole. Nothing certain. Looks very early to be hoping for profit in 2019.
parx1
13/10/2018
09:53
GAN will make money in Penn for on and offline. Although there will be more competition the market size will be drive upwards as well.That Fanduel are doing so well is impressive and very good for GAN. I would also remind that they have very close links to PPBF and it is not unlikely, IMO, that they will get carried into different areas with them.More simulated coming online with Choctaws soon and that will likely lead to an extension of that arrangement into real money for Mississippi in due course.What must be borne in mind as well is that once they integrate with sportsbook providers then their clients can, subject to regulations, then select from any of those platforms going forward within the GAN platform.Throw in the significant Winstar deal and some patent licensing it could all be very rosy.My only concern is the trade off from simulated to real money. Clearly the real money is the future action for GAN, but they have held off clients in order to focus on that as they only have five resource teams. My point is, why not steam forward and have both given that casinos with simulated via GAN are very likely to extend to real money with them as well in due course.I don't for a second think though that the management have not considered this in far more depth and with far more nous than I!
noujay
13/10/2018
09:07
So online about 2/3 of market? GAN get revenue from online not retail. Correcting previous numbers £92K to GAN for September in NFL season month. As long as not novelty and keeping pace off-season £1.1m to GAN over 12 months. If PA do same £2.2m per year to GAN. With expanding staff base and others sportsbooks getting online its tough. Any date for another significant population state agreeing to sports betting?
parx1
13/10/2018
08:09
Of the $336m wagered in NJ so far $210m have been placed online....In my opinion online gaming can only go one way as other states will surely see the potential for significant much needed revenue...
ltinvestor
12/10/2018
22:01
Bit below hyped $300m but of $184m handle are Fanduel still at one third or $61m? So they would make about $6m in revenue. Do GAN get 3% of Fanduel revenue? So for September GAN would get $180K or £138K? Going forward on 12months that's £1.65m. If PA do same that's £3.3m. Good model. To consider, will take unknown time to pick up with more states.
parx1
12/10/2018
21:36
As GAN have previously said: 'The outlook for the second half year period and full calendar year 2018 is contingent on (a) the market size, share and growth rate of Internet sports gambling in New Jersey; (b) the timing with which Pennsylvania's regulator the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board ("PGCB") permits the launch of Internet real money gambling for residents of the State of Pennsylvania; and (c) the speed with which efficient marketing of the Overseas Internet Casino is conducted in European regulated markets by GAN.' Hopefully they will give an update and give an indication at some point as to how the New Jersey figures carry thro to GAN and whether its above, below or in line with expectations.
cottoner
12/10/2018
21:24
Could easily not go down next week if the market is ok
mad foetus
12/10/2018
21:21
Amazing, maybe a few more people might start gambling over the counter..maybe!
noujay
12/10/2018
20:54
basketball starts next week too
remarkomsoc
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