After a stellar performance in 2013, the companies making up the Gaming Intelligence stock index came back to earth during the first quarter of 2014, recording a marginal decline in the combined average share price.

Having seen shares boosted by a combined 28 per cent in 2013, the Gaming Intelligence stock index fell by 0.01 per cent in Q1.

Out of the 54 publicly listed companies that make up the GI list, 31 saw their share value increase between January 1st and March 31st, with 18 achieving double-digit growth during the period.

For almost half of the companies, however, the difference in their share price between the start and end of the quarter was in the single digits.

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