Strong third quarter at NetPlay

Interactive gaming firm NetPlay posted a 34 per cent increase in third quarter revenue after a strong uptake in new depositing and total depositing customers year on year.

Interactive gaming firm NetPlay posted a 34 per cent increase in third quarter revenue after a strong uptake in new depositing and total depositing customers year on year.

NetPlay, which operates a number of interactive gaming services under an Alderney gaming license, including Supercasino.com and Jackpot247.com, said during the third quarter it saw a 52% increase in new depositing casino players to 11,978 compared to the same period in 2011.

Active depositing casino players increased 42% from the same quarter in 2011 to 22,417. However it was down 1% from the second quarter of 2012.

NetPlay said its third quarter KPIs, a key industry performance indicator, are significantly ahead of the same period in 2011.

"The company is particularly encouraged by the uptake of its mobile and tablet offering where revenues have increased by 107% versus Q3 2011. Mobile and tablet gaming continues to be a key focus for the company and during the period it has launched mobile slots games which will significantly enhance the existing TV roulette mobile offering," it said in a company update.

NetPlay added that in view of its recent performance, it is confident of meeting full year market expectations.

CJ

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