- Flutter Entertainment said third-quarter revenue grew 10%, amid growth in both its sports and gaming segments.

The company also raised its US guidance, expecting an EBITDA loss in the range of £40m to 45m, compared with a previous expectation of £55m.

In the third quarter, revenue was up 10% to £533m, with sports and gaming revenue growth up 11% and 8% respectively.

Excluding the US, 2019 earnings (EBITDA) guidance remained unchanged in a range of £420 to £440m, the company said.

At 8:58am: [LON:FLTR] Flutter Entertainment share price was +12p at 8042p

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