Amaya Gaming Group has seen revenues increase by 120 per cent in the third quarter, with the company taking advantage of a “once in a lifetime opportunity” to establish itself in the New Jersey iGaming market. Rising costs, however, have again seen the company report a net loss for the period.

Q3 revenues rose to CAD$40.21m compared to $18.32m in 2012, with the rise attributed to growth in its land-based business in Latin America following the acquisition of Cadillac Jack, which offset a decline in European online gaming revenues as a result of increased focus on North American operations.

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