Looks like its reported problems with its Red Hot Revenue affiliate management program has done Playtech no harm. The gaming software giant, which is the second-biggest company on London’s Alternative Investment Market, has reported first quarter gross income up 29% and daily average royalty revenues in April ahead of the previous quarter. In the last few months Playtech has had more partners than Jenna Jameson, jumping into bed with Scientific Games, GTS, SEGA, Boylesports and Virtue Fusion. So the good news is, kids, it pays to be promiscuous. Read more.
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