Frankfurt-listed lottery specialist Zeal Network said Monday that it expects total revenue for 2018 to increase by as much as 13 per cent, having delivered a marginal improvement in revenue during 2017.
Sydney-listed gaming supplier Ainsworth Game Technology has reported a 2 per cent decline in revenue to AUD$120.3m for its financial half-year period ended December 31st, reflecting a challenging domestic market in Australia.
London-listed gaming technology provider Playtech has reported a 14 per cent increase in revenue to €807.1m for the full 2017 year, with casino remaining its biggest product vertical and representing over half of the total.
London-listed Webis Holdings has reported a 41 per cent increase in turnover to US$209.3m for its financial first-half ended November 30th, with focus now shifting to developing a strategy for sports betting utilising its US licensed assets.
New Zealand's Department of Internal Affairs has revealed the country's regulated gambling market generated turnover of NZ$2.33bn (€1.4bn) during the 2016/17 financial year, with lotteries seeing the biggest growth.