There were strong returns for Evolution Gaming and Caesars Entertainment shareholders during the first half of 2019, although the 50 publicly-listed operators and suppliers which make up the Gaming Intelligence stock list saw their combined share prices decline by 3 per cent between 2 January and 28 June.

There were 25 companies that saw the value of their shares increase by the end of the six-month period, of which 22 enjoyed double-digit growth, led by Stockholm-listed Evolution Gaming and the New York-listed duo of Caesars Entertainment and Inspired Entertainment.

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