Gaming systems company eBet has estimated it will report a pre-tax profit of just $263,000 in 1H10, but will earn over $2 million for the full year.
The company, which markets networked solutions for electronic gaming machines, said it therefore expects a “very strong” pre-tax profit of nearly $1.8 million in the second half.
The projected result compares to profit of $810,000 in the first half of last year, and $1.7 million for the full year.
EBT shares are today trading unchanged at $0.080.
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