The firm posted net gaming revenue of £2 million (€2.4 million/$3.3 million) for the third quarter of 2013, down from £2.3 million in the corresponding period last year.
Despite the drop, revenue on a quarter-to-quarter basis was up 5.1% following improvements in Probability’s core B2C operations.
Elsewhere, gaming margins in B2C remained stable at 4.8% against previous quarter win margin of 4.9%, while wagering volume per active player in B2C was 3% higher than Q2 and 16% higher than the corresponding quarter last year.
Player acquisition costs also fell 37% per new customer in comparison with the preceding quarter.
In addition, Probability also claimed that revenues from its Italian operations grew by 36% in comparison with the second quarter of 2013.
source : www.igamingbusiness.com