London-listed 888 Holdings has reported a net loss of US$17.9m for the first half of 2017, after incurring exceptional charges of $50.8m relating to historical VAT matters in Germany and last week’s UK Gambling Commission settlement.
Australian gaming supplier Ainsworth Game Technology has reported a 1 per cent decline in revenue to AUD$282.1m for its financial year ended June 30th, with growth from international markets offsetting challenging conditions in its domestic market.
Stockholm-listed iGaming solutions provider Aspire Global (ASG) has reported a 14 per cent increase in revenue to €17.3m for the second quarter of 2017, boosted by a record performance from its growing B2B division.
The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) has reinforced its status as one of the world's leading horse racing and gaming operators after seeing betting and lottery turnover increase by 7 per cent to HK$216.5bn (€23.3bn) for its financial year ended June 30th.
Austrian gaming giant Novomatic Group has reported an 11 per cent increase in sales for the first half of 2017, driven by acquisitions and an increase in the number of slot machines deployed worldwide.
German operator mybet Holding endured a difficult first half of the year with revenue dropping to €17.1m, but claims to have seen positive changes in customer behaviour since the deployment of its new platform in March.
Toronto-listed social casino operator Tangelo Games has reported an 8 per cent decline in revenue to CAD$9.3m for the second quarter of 2017, as the company remains in discussion with a number of parties regarding a potential acquisition or sale of the business.