Sweden’s gambling monopoly operator Svenska Spel said that it is well prepared for the upcoming re-regulation of the Swedish gaming market, as it returned to growth in 2015 with net gaming revenue climbing marginally by 0.2 per cent to SEK8.96bn (€944.5m).
Zynga has seen its share price fall by almost 11 per cent in after hours trading after the company reported daily active users (DAUs) declining 24 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2015, taking the sheen off a year in which total revenue grew 10.8 per cent.
Finnish state-owned operator Veikkaus has reported a 7 per cent increase in total turnover to €2,095.3m for the full 2015 year, driven by continued investment in its game portfolio and digital offering.
Swedish casino games developer NetEnt has closed 2015 with a 33 per cent increase in revenue to SEK1,132.4m, following a successful year of operations which saw the company sign 43 new licence agreements and launch content for 37 operators.
Swedish gaming operating Unibet has reported a 43 per cent increase in gross winnings revenue to £111.4m for the final quarter of 2015, including a contribution of £13.0m from its recently acquired Stan James Online and iGame Group businesses.
Sweden’s Betsson has reported strong results for the full 2015 year with revenue increasing 23 per cent to SEK3,772.0m (€402m), while the company has also revealed the acquisition of three new iGaming brands from Nordic Entertainment.
Australia’s Tabcorp Holdings has reported a 2 per cent increase in revenue to AUD$1,135.6m for the first half ended December 31st, as the company benefited from the continued growth of its digital wagering business.