London-listed Sportingbet’s third-quarter earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation dropped by a third as the company sold its profitable Turkish operations and had operations suspended in Spain.
Sportingbet's Australian business accounts for over 90 percent of our profits.
Greek net gaming revenue dropped 19 percent and Spain dropped 14 percent, before operations there were suspended on March 27.
About 52 percent of revenue came from regulated territories.
Overall, EBITDA fell to £10.8m from a year earlier at £16.1m.