Italian gaming operator SNAI has reported a 10 per cent increase in revenue to €527.5m for the full 2014 year, following strong performances from its virtual sports and video lottery terminal (VLT) operations.

Revenue rose despite a decrease in wagers from the company’s horseracing and sports betting offerings.

SNAI said that the impact of its virtual sports offering was “very significant” during the year and ahead of expectations...

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