Online gaming affiliate Catena Media has said that its temporary withdrawal from the Netherlands may negatively impact revenue by as much as €150,000 a month, although it remains confident of continuing growth after posting a 78 per cent rise in revenue during the first half of 2017.

London-listed gaming supplier Sportech says it has made progress on transforming the business in the first half of 2017, with revenue for the period climbing 5 per cent year-on-year.

Stockholm-listed gaming operator Cherry grew second quarter revenue by 179 per cent year-on-year, including organic growth of 37 per cent, despite the slower than expected integration of the ComeOn! business.

Toronto-listed gaming supplier NYX Gaming Group has reported a 73 per cent increase in revenue to CAD$61.0m for the second quarter of 2017, helping the company almost halve its net loss for the period.

Seoul-listed DoubleU Games has reported a 61 per cent increase in revenue to KRW61.38bn (€45.9m) for the second quarter of 2017, boosted by the first contribution from its newly acquired social casino business DoubleDown Interactive.