Stockholm, 26 September. Today Redeye releases the Online Gambling Report. Kristoffer Lindström, equity analyst and co-author of the report comments;
- We continue to see a substantial growth rate in several parts of the online gambling market. Our team has produced a solid report with interesting findings that could prove useful for investors.
The online gambling industry is showing an impressive growth and Redeye has a dedicated team to the vast and growing digital entertainment sector. This gives us a unique edge to provide useful insights.
In an assessment of the main drivers and trends in the gambling market, the report covers six key areas with a focus on Nordic companies.
The six key areas in the report:
- The market: Size and growth
- Consequences of new regulations
- Trend Insights
- Valuation and investment opportunities
- Esport and fantasy sport - new rising stars
- Redeye company screening
The report (full pdf attached below) will be released at the Redeye Online Gambling Seminar and is also available to those with a Redeye membership.
The Online Gambling Seminar, which includes company presentations and panel discussions, can be seen on https://www.redeye.se/live/online-gambling-2018
Redeye är specialister på innovativa och snabbväxande nordiska företag inom Life Science och Technology. Bolaget har en marknadsledande position och erbjuder tjänster inom aktieanalys, Corporate Finance och Corporate Broking. Analyserna utgår från en värdebaserad investeringsfilosofi och en unik ratingmodell. Redeye grundades år 1999, är ett auktoriserat värdepappersbolag och står under Finansinspektionens tillsyn.
Redeye is the next generation investment banking company, specialized in Life Science and Technology. Clients are innovative and fast-growing companies based in the Nordics but with a global reach. Redeye is a leading provider of Equity Research, Corporate Broking, and Corporate Finance in these sectors. The research is built on a value-based investment philosophy and with a unique Rating model. Redeye was founded in Stockholm 1999 and is regulated by the Swedish Financial Authority (Finansinspektionen).