Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gfinity Plc LSE:GFIN London Ordinary Share GB00BT9QD572 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -2.5% 3.90 1,507,009 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.90 4.00 4.00 3.95 4.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 7.87 -12.06 -0.04 30
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:22 O 100,000 3.90 GBX

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Gfinity News

Date Time Source Headline
20/10/202018:35UKREGElljay Limited Form 8.3 - Gfinity Plc
20/10/202018:34UKREGElljay Limited Form 8.3 - Gfinity Plc
20/10/202012:28UKREGRichard Hoskins Form 8.3 - Gfinity PLC
20/10/202010:00UKREGGfinity PLC Form 8.3 - Gfinity plc
19/10/202014:54UKREGGfinity PLC Form 8.3 - Gfinity plc
19/10/202012:00UKREGGfinity PLC Form 8.3 - Gfinity plc
19/10/202007:00UKREGGfinity PLC Rule 2.9 Announcement
14/10/202017:03UKREGGfinity PLC Form 8.3 - Gfinity plc
14/10/202007:00UKREGGfinity PLC Form 8.3 - Gfinity plc
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2020-10-20 14:29:463.987,537299.97O
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Gfinity Daily Update: Gfinity Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFIN. The last closing price for Gfinity was 4p.
Gfinity Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.85p and a 12 week average price of 2.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.30p.
There are currently 763,195,860 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,534,507 shares. The market capitalisation of Gfinity Plc is £29,764,638.54.
ambyth: RNS just out... (interview is just under 7 minutes long) Gfinity plc (AIM: GFIN), a world-leading esports solutions provider, announces that John Clarke, CEO, has today conducted a podcast interview with Vox Markets regarding Gfinity's announcement of a strategic review. Access to the interview can be found via the following link: Https:// and is also available on Gfinity's website: Https://
justintime9: It will be very interesting to see the opening price and how the share price settles down over its first days of trading. It's hard to see how you can look at a Gfinity versus a Guild Esports as they are looking to build very different businesses.
cumnor: Don't trust these kinda moves with this share on no volume. Happens all the times. Either a pump with the mms rebasing 'SP' in the 3.4 area to suck more punters in and then facilitate the off load of loads of warrants for connections at 3p or above, with share price eventually dropping back to 2.6-2,7 level-classic P&D with this share. Or, as would explain this type of move with any other share, perhaps there is some big news about to break but why the rise before news, if any. Is this a leaky ship? Nice if it was the latter but I suspect the former. One thing it is not is a normal 'market rerating' from oversold position. imo
aidenabettin: Are GFIN trying to take the share price manipulation crown from BIDS and TSI?.Really going for it
mcfly79: Gfinity’s 10 million+ website users are hugely valuable. Gfinity are modelling their Digital Media business on Future plc. Future plc run specialists websites and also have physical magazines. They recently announced their H1 results to 31 March 2020. I’ve looked at how much Future plc makes from each user and how much each user is valued at. Future plc had revenues of £144m for the half year, of which £115m came from their digital sites and £29m came from magazines. They had an average of 253m online users in H1 and ended the half year with a record 329m online users in March 2020. Therefore they achieved revenue of £0.45 per user in the half year, equivalent to £0.9 per user per annum. Applying this to Gfinity’s 10m+ users equates to £9m in annual revenue! (and at high margins). Future plc is valued at £1.23bn. 80% of revenue comes from their websites and this is at a higher margin than magazines so I think it’s fair to attribute 80% of the market cap value to the website side of the business. So that’s about a £980m valuations for the 329 millions online users at the end of March, or about £3 per user. Applying this to Gfin would equate to £30m of value for the 10m+ user base. That’s over 4p per share, before any value for the other significant parts of Gfinity’s business.
tenapen: What is the F1 contract worth ? If you can't tell me, which you can't, how do you value the company as they never give any hint of financial details. The basics, and this is why the gfin share price hasn't reflected the recent 'headline grabbing' RNS statement's.
hazl: ' Gfinity selected by Willow TV to deliver "The eCricket Challenge" in partnership with BetWay Gfinity plc (AIM: GFIN), a world-leading esports and gaming solutions provider, announces it has been selected by premier cricket broadcaster Willow TV (owned by the Times Group) to design and deliver "The eCricket Challenge", in partnership with Betway. "The eCricket Challenge" is a TV series that will see some of the biggest names in world cricket competing against each other in the video game Cricket 19. Gfinity designed and developed "The eCricket Challenge" format where players compete remotely in five-over matches. Through leveraging Gfinity's virtual gaming expertise, cricket superstars from across three continents, were connected for real-time live games. The pre-recorded shows, hosted from the Gfinity Esports Arena in Fulham, London will premiere in the U.S. and Canada, with new episodes every Sunday starting on 19 April 2020. "The eCricket Challenge" features global superstars including Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad and Liam Plunkett representing England, Kieron Pollard, Jason Holder, and Andre Fletcher joining from West Indies and Glenn Maxwell playing for Australia. '
mcfly79: This is the latest presentation from EGLX: hTTps:// EGLX have 160 million monthly visitors to their websites and YouTube channels. EGLX generated $6.3m in 3 months ($25m annualised) from these 160m visitors. They state in their presentation that their goal is to raise the revenue per user to $0.4. GFIN reached 20 million gamers on their websites in March, and more than 50 million if the respective social media channels are added. GFIN have stated that revenues from these visitors to their sites is expected to reach £2m by 2021. It’s not an exact science but it’s useful to apply the EGLX advertising metrics to GFIN. Using EGLX’s Q4 ad revenue per user and applying it to only GFIN’s 20m website visitor equates to revenue of £1.8m per annum. Using EGLX’s goal of $0.4 per user would equate to £4.6m revenue to GFIN. On top of this there is the monetisation of the 30 million social media visitors. It seems that GFIN’s large viewer base is a potential gold mine (and the viewer numbers are increasing rapidly).
mcfly79: Thanks Luke, Reading across from EGLX’s valuation of $120m makes the GFIN valuation look very cheap. GFIN will be valued at c.£8m at the current share price, once all the new shares are issued. EGLX looks like a larger version of GFIN, running esports events and having their own Media channels (websites and YouTube). In addition they also manage their own esports teams. EGLX are doing well at monetising their Media channel viewers via ad revenue. In fact, this is their largest income stream. In Q4 2019 their total revenue was $9.2m (CAD), of which $6.3m was from their Media channels. I can see why GFIN are so keen to focus on monetising their own Media channels.
genierub: The placing is being eaten up. Don't forget the placing was oversubscribed and the share price hit 2.5p last week. I cannot recall the last time when a placing was announced in strong/bullish stock where the share price fell and gave investors the opportunity to buy at the exact placing price or lower. GFIN train about to start again and quite rightly so given that its a Corona immune stock that has benefited from lockdowns globally. #VROOM #VROOM #F1 #Winner #Winner #Chicken #Dinner
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