Swedish casino games developer NetEnt has reported a 28 per cent increase in revenue to SEK357.4m (€36.9m) for the third quarter of 2016, marking the company’s thirteenth consecutive quarter of growth.
Continued growth in the Nordic region helped Stockholm-listed gaming operator Betsson post a 9 per cent increase in revenue to SEK1,063.3m (€109.6m) for the third quarter of 2016, with mobile now representing nearly half of the total.
London-listed casino and bingo operator Rank Group has reported flat revenue for the first quarter of its new financial year, with only the Grosvenor Casinos digital business posting year-on-year growth during the period.
French gaming operator PMU has posted a marginal increase in gross gaming revenue for the first nine months of 2016, crediting its emerging international business with offsetting continued declines in its core horse race betting product.
PokerStars owner Amaya expects to report solid growth for the third quarter of 2016 with total revenue climbing as high as US$273m, with its online casino and sportsbook products accounting for nearly a quarter of the total.
South African racecourse owner and betting operator Phumelela Gaming & Leisure said it will continue to invest in the expansion of its interactive business, which accounted for nearly a third of all tote bets in its recent financial year.
Leeds-based online gaming operator Sky Betting & Gaming has reported a 51 per cent increase in revenue to £373.6m for its financial year ended June 30th, with 75 per cent of the total generated via mobile.