Inspired Entertainment: Still Struggling To Break Out

Nov. 14, 2022 6:54 PM ETInspired Entertainment, Inc. (INSE)
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Gary Bourgeault


  • Even though INSE has broken out nicely after plunging during the pandemic, it's still struggling to break out from where it traded in 2017.
  • Cost inflation in some of its businesses will continue to be a headwind, including holiday parks, gaming and pubs.
  • Its five-year contract extension with Betfred should provide some support for the company in the long term.
  • In order to break out, I think the company will need to gain a bigger footprint in the North American market.

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Inspired Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:INSE), a business-to-business gaming technology firm that supplies products and services to gaming operators around the world, has been facing some significant headwinds, and in light of rising costs outside of the

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