JackpotJoy Plc chairman Neil Goulden believes the bingo operator is now in the perfect position for growth after a ‘tumultuous year’ of change.
After a few months worth of delays and the loss of one of the listing sponsors, the newly-named JackpotJoy has floated in London and even managed a first day share price bump.
Intertain Group will become the latest industry operator to float on the London Stock Exchange, as the company has announced a target listing date of Wednesday 25 January under the new entity of ‘Jackpotjoy Plc’.
The soon-to-be London listed Intertain saw its share price reverse some of the recent falls as the company confirmed third-quarter revenues were still on the up despite pound’s collapse
Operators should let the customer decide how they interact with their brand, rather than force them to use a specific channel, according to Jari Vähänen, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Finnish operator Veikkaus Oy.
New non-compete and platform deals announced as renamed JackpotJoy sheds Intertain names and announces its intention to list in London in October.
How Intertain ended up backing its UK strategy and the pitfalls that await new CEO Andy McIver with a London listing.
Online bingo operator Intertain’s decision to float on the London Stock Exchange will help the market recognise the company’s true value, according to its new CEO Andrew McIver.
Next week should see investors in bingo operator Intertain get updated on the company’s future direction, be it a sale of the whole company or plans to list on the London Stock Exchange. But, whatever the outcome, it appears that London will be the firm's new HQ...