Betclic Everest Group subsidiary said that it expects gross gaming revenue to increase by around 10 per cent to €134.0m for the full 2016 year, following a solid operating performance during the first quarter.

Turnover rose by 10 per cent to €648.9m during Q1, helping gross gaming revenue improve 6 per cent to €30.3m.

The company said that the year-on-year growth was a result of its continuing investments in its bet-at-home brand, including its recent shirt sponsorship with German football club Hertha BSC.

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