London-listed online bingo and casino operator Jackpotjoy has reported a 17 per cent increase in group revenue to £75.2m for the second quarter of 2017, following organic growth from the Vera&John and Jackpotjoy brands.

Revenue from the Jackpotjoy division grew to £52.3m, representing 70 per cent of the company’s total in Q2, while Vera&John revenue rose 30 per cent to £17.4m and Mandalay revenue remained stable at £5.5m.

"The second quarter has been another good quarter of growth across the group with revenue increasing 17 per cent, including top-line growth of 18 per cent at our leading UK bingo brand, Jackpotjoy,” said chief executive Andrew McIver.

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