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About the company

Gaming Realms plc is a United Kingdom-based gaming company. The Company is engaged in the provision and marketing of casino services to customers in the United Kingdom, and social gaming on Facebook to customers in the United States and Europe. The Company creates and publishes real money and social games for mobile. The Company operates through two segments: real money gambling and marketing services, and social gaming and licensing. The Company's real money gambling and marketing services segment operates its brands and provides other digital marketing services to both gaming and non-gaming clients in the United Kingdom. The social gaming and licensing segment provides freemium gaming and licensing services to the United States and Europe. The Company licenses its Intellectual Property (IP) and Game content into adjacent markets globally across multiple gaming and merchandise categories, such as lotteries, gaming machines, social slots and casual game Web portals.

  • Revenue in GBP (TTM)6.66m
  • Net income in GBP-5.04m
  • Incorporated2001
  • Employees115.00
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