The mobile phone gambling company Probability’s losses before tax have grown six-fold in the space of a year. Pre-tax losses for the year up to March 31 2009 were a mere £153,000, whereas the past year they grew to £755,000, with the net gaming revenue dropping from £5million in 2009 to £4.7million.
Probability’s chairman, Graham Parr, explained that it had been a year of “significant investment” for the firm, after a business-to-business deal with Paddy Power signed in May, and iPhone gambling games that were launched in June.
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