London-listed digital entertainment said Tuesday that net revenue for the final quarter of 2015 rose by 5 per cent compared to the previous year, driven by sports betting and casino, with the company also benefiting from a one-off receipt of €10m through its Kalixa subsidiary.

The operator revealed that its sports betting and casino products enjoyed strong performances during Q4, particularly through mobile channels, helping net revenue grow by 5 per cent year-on-year.

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