It was a tough start to the year for iGaming investors as the 50 operators and suppliers which make up the Gaming Intelligence Stock List saw their combined share prices fall by 12.73 per cent during the first quarter of 2018.

After seeing combined growth of 11.80 per cent during the course of 2017, investors came back to earth with a bump in Q1 as more than half (29) of the public companies in the iGaming sector saw the value of their shares drop between Tuesday 2nd January and Thursday 29th March, 2018.

Topping the table in Q1 was New York-listed, which has successfully diversified its revenue through the acquisition of Chinese lottery supplier Melcolot and The Multi Group, comprising Nordic-facing B2C brands and, alongside B2B platform Lotto Warehouse.

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