US gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games Corporation has reported a 77 per cent increase in second quarter revenue to $416.9m following contributions from WMS, with interactive gaming products and services generating revenue of $32.3m during the period.

Scientific Games said that its results reflected contributions from the WMS acquisition, which substantially expanded its gaming business, as well as growth in lottery revenue.

“Although our second quarter results continued to reflect challenging gaming industry conditions, we saw sequential quarterly revenue growth across our businesses and benefits from our ongoing integration initiatives, which contributed to a $9.3m sequential quarterly increase in attributable EBITDA,” said the company’s president and CEO Gavin Isaacs.

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