London-listed Webis Holdings has reported a 41 per cent increase in turnover to US$209.3m for its financial first-half ended November 30th, with focus now shifting to developing a strategy for sports betting utilising its US licensed assets.

The increase in turnover from pari-mutuel and racetrack operations was largely due to growth in B2B activity in international markets such as France, North America and the Hong Kong Jockey Club pools, as well as an increase in turnover from the US-facing Watchandwager.com advance-deposit wagering (ADW) business.

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