US gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games Corporation has reported a 17 per cent increase in revenue to $1,090.9m for the full 2013 year, following a strong final quarter of the year which included the results of WMS Industries for the first time.

Fourth quarter revenue was up 63 per cent to $401.9m, including 74 days of operation from WMS following the October 18th closing of the acquisition.

“Fourth quarter revenues reflect solid growth in our lottery business and a partial quarter of WMS results,” said Scientific Games president and CEO David Kennedy. “We are focused on growing our customers' revenues and capturing new growth opportunities by accelerating development of innovative content and technology and continuously improving our core competencies."

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