It has been a turbulent year for iGaming investors. Stocks in the gaming sector fell by 13 per cent in the first quarter and returned growth of 12 per cent in the second quarter. The third quarter was even more of a struggle as gaming shares fell a combined 17 per cent for the period from July 2nd to September 28th.

There were just ten companies that saw their share prices increase over the three-month period, with Stockholm-listed Betsson topping the GI Stock List as shares closed the period up 26 per cent at SEK68.48 per share.

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