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Mobile Streams Share Price Jumps After “Major” Contract Win

Sam Boughedda trader
Updated 24 Mar 2021

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Shares of mobile content and data intelligence company Mobile Streams plc (LON: MOS) are rallying on Monday after it announced a significant contract with Quanta Media Group Holdings to use its Streams data platform.

Mobile Streams share price is currently trading over 36% above Wednesday's close at 0.315p per share.

Mobile Streams said the deal with the developer of high-quality sports and iGaming products, content and destinations, is worth up to £480,000 over 4 years, with a minimum of £10,000 per month for at least a year. It will increase the company's monthly Streams revenue from April to an estimated £25,000 per month, an increase of 178% since December.

Additionally, the companies have identified opportunities to generate potential additional revenue from the Mobile Streams legacy business.

Nigel Burton, Mobile Streams Non-Executive Director, said: “We are extremely pleased to be able to announce this major contract. It's a great win for the Streams data business which has shown exceptional growth since the start for the year. In addition, we feel there is substantial scope to grow our partnership with QMGH to drive additional revenue from our legacy business assets.”

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Sam is a trader and lead stock market writer at AskTraders. After starting his career in the forex market, Sam now focuses on stocks, specifically consumer staples.