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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Playtech Plc LSE:PTEC London Ordinary Share IM00B7S9G985 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.22% 448.00 449.00 449.80 451.60 441.40 446.40 673,125 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 960.9 -46.9 -88.7 - 1,445

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/8/2020
13:33
News or panic - John
hatfullofsky
01/8/2020
09:20
Hope that helps ????
jonh09
01/8/2020
08:58
Love it when you have a fan. PS Monday should be good from what I am reading 👏 🤫
john09
31/7/2020
09:58
22 August 1/2 year last year, this year unconfirmed as yet
the white house
29/7/2020
18:40
£3.20 ish next couple of days
john09
28/7/2020
08:25
Still loooks good this. No impact from the wider market scrawl which is good. Some stocks are back to their lows in February or have given up a big chunk of their gains
john09
21/7/2020
06:55
We should expect a trading update in August - PTEC's website shows they have done so in the past few years. Stockopedia is showing Thursday Aug 20 as the next update, PTEC's own website is showing zip. PTEC made Euro 140m EBITDA in the first 4 months. If they continue at that rate, they would be +10% on last years Euro 383m. The trading part of their business was only 2% of their EBITDA total last year. B2B 56%, B2C 42%
lyndon b
17/7/2020
23:10
It was a little under 7 weeks ago that PTEC announced a US contract. I envisage more deals this year and when the deals come we should see a lot more investor interest in PTEC.
nod
17/7/2020
15:46
A few turning up. I’ve bought more here expecting an up turn after this pause and drop back
john09
17/7/2020
14:03
No volume (reported) but a nice rise, News soon?
hatfullofsky
17/7/2020
08:17
Chart suggests we are turning up
john09
17/7/2020
08:12
Any chance of a RNS for this' value'
the white house
17/7/2020
06:43
NEW YORK -- July 15, 2020 -- Tilting Point, a leading free-to-play game publisher, has acquired free-to-play mobile games and assets from gambling technology software leader Playtech plc. Tilting Point’s acquisition includes assets of San Diego-based FTX Games, known for publishing Narcos: Cartel Wars, The Walking Dead: Free Casino Slots and Criminal Minds: The Mobile Game, and St. Petersburg-based Plamee Studios, the developer behind Narcos: Cartel Wars.  The deal marks Tilting Point’s third acquisition in the past eight months after LTV tech platform Gondola and Character Collection Role Playing Game Star Trek Timelines. Tilting Point has already taken over operations of all three of the FTX live games, and the production of another title in development.   The acquisition of FTX Games assets and Plamee Studios from Playtech comes at a time when the gambling technology leader has taken the strategic decision to focus on its core business developing best-of-breed gaming and sports betting products and content.  FTX Games unites best-in-class entertainment franchises with the world’s best development teams, and has led to a string of engaging and successful games which have rallied tens-of-millions of fans around properties like The Hunger Games, Mission: Impossible, Criminal Minds, Narcos, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead. Their game Narcos: Cartel Wars, based on the hit Netflix series by Gaumont International Television and developed by Plamee Studios, is a top-grossing game with over $60M in revenue since launch.  Narcos: Idle Cartel, a second game based on the hit Gaumont series, was announced earlier this year as being in development by Tilting Point and Big Wolf Games, making Tilting Point the sole publisher of the only two Narcos ;mobile games on the market. 
epicsurf
16/7/2020
08:19
I mean, GVC buying PTEC would not be out of the questionBrings a lot of B2B but.... ptec sprawling but massive cost savings
trentendboy
16/7/2020
08:09
New surprise GVC boss today is ex tech savvy COO PlaytechThe rumour starts here...
the white house
16/7/2020
02:47
Goldman Sachs benefitted from trading volume. PTEC will be as well. Last year TradeTech looked like a terrible purchase. This is year it could be our saviour.
nod
15/7/2020
19:53
Looks like it - missed the long today at plus 2 percent Could push back to 4 nowWatching carefully
trentendboy
15/7/2020
17:05
On the turn?
john09
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