Bet-at-home revenues rise 15% after Euro 2016 boost

Revenues for nine-months ended 30 September climb to €100.4m but a 17.3% increase in marketing expenses dents profits

Bet-at-home has reported a 14.7% year-on-year increase in revenues for the first nine months of 2016, following a significant marketing push and strong Euro 2016 performance. Gross gaming revenue for the nine-months ended 30 September hit €100.4m, up from €87.5m during the same period last year, with advertising expenses rising 27.3% to €34.2m. The increase…

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