bwin.party digital entertainment has reported a 6 per cent drop in total revenue to €155.3m for the first quarter of 2015, following double-digit declines across its sports betting, poker and casino product offerings.

The operator said that a lower than expected gross win margin in sports betting and continued challenges in poker held back its year-on-year revenue performance during the period, although total revenue was up by 6 per cent versus the previous quarter.

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