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  • borisbear64 borisbear64 Apr 30, 2013 10:08 AM Flag

    watch for gaming revenue

    the elephant in the corner will be ANY HINT that the real money UK gaming is bringing in revenue...this was ignored in the last forward projections....pps would explode if the few weeks included in the reporting period show any actual revenue

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    • I doubt any gaming revenues but agree that if it happened the share price would likely skyrocket. I think the UK partner is a very small player now.

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