Sky News has learnt that Sportech, the former owners of the Football Pools business, will divulge in a batch sell proclamation that full-year gain will be materially impacted by accounting issues unclosed by its board.
The inlet of the accounting issues to be highlighted by Sportech was misleading on Tuesday evening.
The proclamation will come 6 weeks before the company is due to announce rough results for last year.
Sportech, which operates pool betting services and reserve record to the global racing and betting industries, has a big participation in American sports venues.
It has some-more than 27,000 betting terminals in operation in 37 countries, estimate roughly $11bn of bets any year.
The company is run by executive authority Richard McGuire, who took over in the autumn.
Ian Penrose, the former arch executive, and Mickey Kalifa, the financial director, both quit Sportech in September, having returned £21m from the sale of the Football Pools to investors.
Sportech, which had a marketplace value at the close of trade on Tuesday of about £125m, put itself up for sale last autumn after receiving a series of bid approaches.
In January, it pronounced it had extended the calendar for seeking current offers “through the first entertain of 2018”.
Sportech declined to comment.