London-listed gaming operator Flutter Entertainment grew third quarter revenue by 9 per cent to £533m, as strong performances in the United States and Australia offset falling revenue in the online and retail segments.

Sports betting accounted for £417m of the Q3 total, an increase of 10 per cent year-on-year, with gaming contributing a further £116m, an increase of 7 per cent versus the prior year period.

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