There were some particularly good returns to be made by investors during the first half of the year, with more than half of the listed gaming operators and suppliers comprising the Gaming Intelligence chart experiencing double-digit growth during the period.
While their combined share price grew by just 1.07 per cent between January 2nd and June 30th, there were 33 companies that saw their share prices increase by the end of the six-month period. Of these, 28 recorded double-digit percentage growth - more than half of the GI chart.
The biggest climber in the six-month period was Frankfurt-listed mybet Holding. Its shares climbed 179.30 per cent to close at €1.12 per share at the end of June, although this was down from its 52-week high of €1.28 recorded in May.