888 continued its record run of poker results with an 88% rise in poker revenues to $21 million during Q1.
It contributed to a 25% rise in group revenue during the period, which was reported as a record $94 million.
'Our focused strategy has led to another excellent quarter, with ongoing strength in poker driving March to the highest ever monthly revenues in the history of 888,' 888 CEO, Brian Mattingley, said.
The number of active poker customers rose 83% in Q1 to 405,000 with an average yield of $52, which was marginally up year-on-year.
And Mattingley said the trend had continued in Q2 with 'robust' performance in the early stages of the quarter.
Poker has been a hugely impressive vertical for 888 in the past year with the firm now the fourth most popular site, according to PokerScout.
Casino revenues were also up 26% in the quarter to $33m, while bingo revenues fell 5% to $14m.