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London-listed gaming technology giant Playtech said that it continues to explore further M&A opportunities with complementary businesses in its B2B gaming division.

The company will state at its Annual General Meeting later today that it has made significant progress on its strategy in 2018, supported by organic growth and M&A activity.

This includes new sports and casino agreements with partners such as SAS in Portugal and Totalizator Sportowy in Poland, which Playtech said would deliver significant long-term growth opportunities. Its acquisition of Snaitech will create the first vertically integrated gambling operator in Italy and provide material earnings accretion, it added.

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