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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stride Gaming LSE:STR London Ordinary Share JE00BWT5X884 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +1.92% 132.50p 130.00p 135.00p 132.50p 132.50p 132.50p 219 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 89.9 -26.7 -38.1 - 96.24

Stride Gaming Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/11/2018
10:15
So STR, if it isn't bought by a competitor, will yield about 17p next year that is over 13%.
czar
14/11/2018
12:34
The shareholding structure makes it easy for an acquirer to buy this company and the founders stake means we will get the best price. I've noticed big bids in the auctions sometimes 500,000 shares at 5p over the MM's bid. Something is afoot imho.
czar
13/11/2018
12:40
fined £7.1 million -
tomboyb
13/11/2018
12:40
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/stride-gaming-STR/share-news/Stride-Gaming-PLC-UKGC-update/78674373
tomboyb
27/9/2018
11:37
2 issues for me here. 1) people are expecting a big cut to forecasts from a further ramp in RGD in the not too distant future hence the low P/E is not quite so low on face value 2) shareholding structure here is a bit of a deterrent
pireric
27/9/2018
07:37
Edison yesterday... "Stride’s FY18 trading update confirms the widely reported headwinds facing the UK bingo-led market, with a c 3% decline in real money gaming (RMG) in H218. More positively, FY18 RMG EBITDA appears to be in line (or slightly better) than our recently reduced estimate. Importantly, Stride’s high-margin proprietary platform is a key differentiator and the company remains well placed to gain market share. The balance sheet is strong and we expect strong cash flow through synergies and strategic growth. The stock has fallen 60% this year on the back of downgrades and a UKGC fine (which appears to be c £4m) and now trades at depressed levels of 5.8x P/E and 3.3x EV/EBITDA for CY19e."
someuwin
27/9/2018
07:33
Does look very cheap now.
someuwin
27/9/2018
07:22
No stock about at all. Being qouted 99.5p for just 4000 shares
basem1
26/9/2018
08:09
This is the wrong price, someone will take Stride out imho, £63m market cap £25m cash making £16m profit and they own their own platform which must be worth more than the entire market cap.
czar
26/9/2018
07:32
Surprised to see the fall, I had my finger on the buy button at 8 clock.
basem1
05/8/2018
15:55
They will have to change the way they attract business Will warn a second time and can get at sub 38p
rubberbullets
05/8/2018
15:36
CFO purchased £60,000 of shares at £1.55 only 9 weeks ago. 90p looks a bargain !
imjustdandy
05/8/2018
15:12
Czar Edison have £14m pre tax profit, so £11.3m post tax profit this year. This is before any RGD impact, which if as touted in the media, could lead to a 30%+ reduction in pre-tax profits on top of that. On cash, £28m net cash at the end of February - £9.6m Tarco earn out paid in cash - £5.5m borrowings = around £13m true net cash before any fine paid
pireric
05/8/2018
14:30
W Hill got a £6m fine, I'd expect STR to be much less considering the scale of the business. They should make circa £20m, got £25m cash (before paying this drummed up fine) so on a pe of 2.5x. I bought more at 80p and will get all I can afford now. Selling some other stuff to buy this, its looking very cheap now. Don't you just love AIM!?
czar
03/8/2018
10:37
Sitting duck
imjustdandy
03/8/2018
10:34
Vastly oversold now
imjustdandy
03/8/2018
08:30
Looks like a fishing expedition by the UKGC. Put up or shut up.
schway
02/8/2018
19:10
Id be surprised if the fine exceeded £8m or so. That said, RGD is the killer if it gets boosted. A 5% rise would cut Edison's forward EBITDA forecasts by 27% they say. Talk about maybe a 10% rise in RGD...
pireric
02/8/2018
15:01
On the other hand....when the penalty is known, this might look cheap.
molatovkid
02/8/2018
07:54
Looks bad... "Gambling Commission Notice The Company notes that a subsidiary of the Company (the "Licensee") has received notice (the "Notice") from the Gambling Commission of Great Britain (the "UKGC") of its intention to require the Licensee to pay a significant financial penalty following a review of the manner in which the Licensee has historically carried on its licensed activities."
someuwin
04/6/2018
08:53
STR has been hammered because their underlying performance even before RGD has fallen well short of market expectations I do wonder if the competition regulators might want to clear any deal of that magnitude first given the market shares in the bingo mkt
pireric
04/6/2018
08:13
Surely the increase in RGD applies to all gaming stocks but only STR has been hammered. I notice that eps picks up to 22p on the broker note in a couple of years. I'm not sure what is going on but I think the sell off is overdone and the scaremongering about tax and regulation is overdone in the case of STR. The platform must be worth more than the current share price and Jackpotjoy or someone must see this as a cheap acquisition at well over £2 to get their hands on their platform and a big customer base. I'm sticking with it and buying more at these levels.
czar
04/6/2018
07:04
The issue is that really we could be looking at EPS of maybe 10.5p as that RGD increase has already been signalled. So this is still on a PER of 14x
pireric
04/6/2018
06:48
Stride Gaming: H118 – relatively stronger Stride has reported a solid start to H1, with revenue up 14% to £44.9m and EBITDA down 1% to £8.7m (largely RGD on bonuses, which increased tax by 19%); capex of £1.4m led to strong underlying business FCF of £7.3m. Net cash stood at £19.7m (excluding player liabilities), with a post period boost of £4.2m due to the sale of its minority stake in QSB (YoBingo.es) to Rank. Elements of the detail are more instructive than the group performance: Own platform revenue grew by 25% to £29.7m (66% mix), materially outperforming the market though in part boosted by internal migration (third party platform revenue -2%) Mobile mix grew by 10ppts to 68%, implying continued weakness in desktop (though triangulating 17% mobile growth and 10ppts real money mix change is challenging) The Aspers JV generated over £2m revenue having traded for most of the 6m period, suggesting the first strong online start for a UK landbased casino business to our knowledge, and validating (albeit early days) the differentiated JV approach A head of international has been appointed, with a mixture of licences, B2B, JVs and M&A likely to drive growth and diversification, in our view (which also raises questions on why selling the minority in QSB was better than buying it) Stride has weathered the initial disruption of RGD bonus increases relatively well and appears to be taking UK share where it matters (proprietary platform, strategic partnerships). The group is understandably cautious about the further increase in RGD (likely 5ppts in our view) and recognises that this is likely to cause further disruption. The extent to which Stride can net benefit from this largely depends upon whether its clear operational progress can be converted into genuine strategic gains, in our view: continued proprietary market share growth; developing B2B into a meaningful business unit, and adding at least one material additional jurisdiction (always a challenge when the UK is the base as it is by far the biggest visible online gaming market). NB The criticism of Jackpotjoy is they don't own their platform, Stride do own theirs.
czar
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