New Zealand's Department of Internal Affairs has revealed the country's regulated gambling market generated turnover of NZ$2.33bn (€1.4bn) during the 2016/17 financial year, with lotteries seeing the biggest growth.
Stockholm-listed casino games supplier NetEnt has reported a 12 per cent increase in revenue to SEK1,625.0m (€163.8m) for the full 2017 year, despite recording lower than expected growth during the final quarter of the year.
Sydney-listed lottery operator Jumbo Interactive has reported a 21 per cent increase in revenue to AUD$19.3m (approx. €12.0m) for its financial first half ended December 31st, with results coming in ahead of the company’s revised guidance.
New Jersey’s regulated iGaming market achieved a new record high in January as internet gaming win rose to $22.0m, with market leader Golden Nugget becoming the first licensee to generate monthly revenue of more than $7m.