Devilfish Gaming plc, the Internet casino and poker room group, has released a positive set of results for the half year to end December 2008.

Announcement of Interim Results for Half-Year to End December 2008
 
Highlights include:
 
  * Strong growth in Poker revenue
 
     – Daily poker revenues now frequently exceeding 3 000 per day.
     – Four fold increase in monthly poker revenue from July   2008 to Jan 2009
     – Gross poker revenue for Jan 2009 over 76 000 with continued encouraging
       growth
 
  * Strong continuing increase in overall poker network liquidity
 
     – The liquidity on the Company's Poker network, Entraction, increased by 108 percent
       during 2008
     – Entraction have recently entered the Top 10 poker networks ranked in order of
       poker liquidity
 
  * Strong upward trend in the company's key performance indicators
 
     – Yield per active player rising from GBP22 in June 2008 to GBP94 in Jan 2009
     – Total number of registered users signed up since re-launch on the Entraction network is now
       over 8 000 with ca. 2 400 of these being active cash or tournament players
     – 30 and 90 day rolling active players are now 625 and 1 055 respectively
 
  * Acquisition of Paramin Poker, a Hungarian online poker site (see previous InfoPowa report)
 
  * Launch of "Devilfish Partners" affiliate program
 
  * Integration of Income Access affiliate marketing software
 
  * Brand development through several marketing channels
 
Paul Barnes, CEO of Devilfish Gaming, commented: "Following the successful but demanding float
process, and the subsequent establishment of key supplier relationships and infrastructure to start
trading, the business has really come on strong during the period, and we therefore feel we can justify
our continuing confidence in the inherent brand equity of Devilfish and so are excited about our future
prospects as a company as we move to the next stage in our growth.
 
"Further, to achieve present revenue levels in a short space of time with a low cost base in the current
competitive marketplace and difficult economic climate is very encouraging."