Leading Central European operator Fortuna Entertainment Group has enjoyed strong growth from its online betting offering which helped total gross win climb 20 per cent to €80.5m during the first half of 2016.
Stockholm-listed gaming operator Cherry has reported an 80 per cent increase in group revenue to SEK191.7m for the second quarter of 2016, with its online channel now representing 81 per cent of the total.
Australian gaming supplier Ainsworth Game Technology saw net profit drop by 21 per cent to AUD$55.7m for the year ended June 30th, despite growth in international markets boosting revenue by 19 per cent during the period.
Reflecting its confidence in the growth and cash generation of the business, Playtech has increased its interim dividend and issued a special dividend of €150m to its shareholders, following a strong first half performance which saw revenue increase by 18 per cent.
UK-listed operator Sportech has admitted that each key business division will require further investment to reach their its full potential after reporting a 4.5 per cent drop in revenue for the first half of 2016.
With regulatory changes for iGaming just around the corner, Dutch state-owned casino operator Holland Casino has reported a 6 per cent increase in turnover for the first half of 2016, while securing a high profile sponsorship of daily TV show Wheel of Fortune.
London-listed operator Rank Group has reported a 12 per cent increase in digital net revenue to £78.7m for the financial year ended June 30th, with the company looking to capture a greater share of the UK market following its investment in a new iGaming platform.