bwin.party digital entertainment has reported a 2 per cent increase in total revenue to €148.7m for the third quarter of 2014, the first time it has posted a year-on-year revenue increase in more than two years.

bwin.party benefited from a strong performance in sports betting and other revenue, which helped to offset continued declines in poker and casino. Mobile represented 23 per cent of the operator’s gross gaming revenue, up from 13 per cent a year ago.

The third quarter marked the first quarter in more than two years (Q2 2012) that the company posted a year-on-year increase in revenue.

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