After a strong performance last year, the companies making up the Gaming Intelligence stock list recorded solid growth during the first quarter of 2015, with combined average share price growth of more than 11 per cent.

This was a significant improvement on the corresponding period last year, which saw combined share prices fall marginally year-on-year, although an improvement during the rest of the year saw the GI list record combined growth of nearly 16 per cent for 2014 as a whole.

With the UK’s Point of Consumption tax impacting operators’ bottom lines and various other regulatory headwinds likely to increase costs for suppliers and others this year, 2015 could be a difficult time for companies making up the GI list.

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