bwin.party digital entertainment has reported a net loss of €94.3m for the full 2014 year, with results impacted by impairment charges of €104.4m relating to the write-down of its poker assets as well as a 6 per cent decline in annual revenue.

Total revenue fell to €611.9m which the company said reflected the full year impact of ISP blocking in Greece and further declines in poker that also held back casino. This was partially mitigated by the football World Cup which boosted sports betting stakes during the year.

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