It was a solid third quarter for the majority of publicly-listed companies involved in online gaming, with a third of those making up the Gaming Intelligence stock list recording double-digit growth in the value of their share by the end of September.

Having struggled during the first half of the year, the combined average share price of the companies on the Gaming Intelligence stock list rose 9 per cent during the third quarter of 2014.

Of the 60 publicly listed companies that make up the list, more than half (34) saw their share value increase between July 1st and September 30th, with 20 companies achieving double-digit growth.

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