DateTix ( ASX:DTX )

DateTix (ASX:DTX) is continuing to shore up its assets and build its subscriber numbers as it sets itself the goal of attracting the eye of the $4.5 billion dating industry giant Match Group.

DTX has been following the Match Group playbook quite closely, acquiring companies with growing user bases which are already generating revenues.

Having recently completed the acquisition of the UK-based Lovestruck, DTX has entered into an agreement to acquire Thai-based Noonswoon.

Lovestruck has already had a positive effect on numbers and most importantly feeds into DTX’s plan of extending its international footprint, and now DTX has established a South East Asian presence.

The numbers for DTX are starting to speak for themselves, having achieved a +358% quarterly growth in operating cash flows and +473% quarterly growth in monthly active users to September.

In October DTX increased its user base to 114,000, up a further 128% versus the same period in the prior quarter, announcing in no uncertain terms that it aims to be a major player in this $5 billion market.

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DTX has taken a different approach to the Tinders of the world, building a platform and assets for those looking to find long lasting relationships – and it seems to be paying off.

Should its audience participation escalate over the coming months, this $11 million minnow could have investors swooning as it attempts to attract a secret acquirer for a match made in heaven.

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