Stride Gaming has confirmed that it is considering a potential sale as part of a strategic review aimed at maximising value for shareholders.
The online firm, which runs Kitty Bingo and Bingo Extra, said that it was reviewing expanding the group’s operations through acquisitions and also whether Stride should seek to participate in “potential industry consolidation through a sale of the company”.
Stride is working with bankers at Investec on the process.
The firm’s board is not currently considering an offer proposal for the company and Stride will report back to the market ahead of announcing its interim results.
The AIM listed firm, which is valued at £78.5 million, was fined by the Gambling Commission last year for compliance failings.
The firm added on Monday: “The group has a clear focus on winning and retaining mass market recreational customers on to its bingo and casino sites.
“Stride continues to leverage its infrastructure and proprietary technology to migrate more customers on to the Group’s higher margin proprietary platform and drive cost synergies across the business.
“The board believes the group will continue to be highly cash generative and the board remains committed to its revised dividend policy to distribute at least 50% of adjusted net earnings in dividends.”