Frankfurt-listed online gaming operator bet-at-home.com has reported a 15 per cent drop in net betting and gaming revenue to €52.2m for the first half of 2018, with results continuing to be impacted by its blacklisting in Poland.

Despite benefiting from the FIFA World Cup during the period, the negative impact of Poland’s blocking of unlicensed operators meant that total betting and gaming volume fell by 11 per cent to €1.5bn during the period, with gross revenue decreasing 13 per cent to €66.6m.

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