London-listed online gaming operator 32Red has recorded a net profit of £2.3m for the first half of 2016 following strong growth across its brands, with the company also announcing a renewal of its contract with Microgaming which will allow the operator to use alternative providers for the first time.

32Red's first-half net gaming revenue (NGR) rose by 63 per cent to £30.4m, with its core 32Red Casino contributing 70 per cent of the total with £21.2m, up 24 per cent year-on-year.

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