Toronto-listed gaming supplier NYX Gaming Group has reported a 46 per cent increase in full-year revenue for 2014, though an increase in acquisition, restructuring and public listing expenses saw the company’s net loss rise sharply.

In NYX’s first quarterly results as a listed business revenue for the year rose from CAD$18.7m in 2013 to $27.3m, attributed largely to growth in new customers, as well as the introduction of new content and additional revenue generated via the acquisition of the Ongame poker network. In the fourth quarter of 2014 alone, revenue increased 35 per cent to $8.6m.

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