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Jackpotjoy plc’s (JPJ’s) Q1 revenues rose 13% to £80.7m, driven primarily by diversification and growth in international markets, with its Vera&John division (26% of revenues) increasing 35%. The earn-out period for the Spanish division has now ended and, given its strong performance, the total contingent consideration increased 20% in the quarter to £72.1m, with £63.8m payable this year. Our headline revenue and profit forecasts remain broadly unchanged and we continue to expect significant deleverage after the final major earn-out payment in June 2018. The stock trades at 7.8x EV/EBITDA and 6.5x P/E for FY19, a meaningful discount to peers.

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