Athens-listed gaming supplier and operator Intralot has reported a 13 per cent increase in revenue to €1,085.8m for the first nine months of 2017, with lottery games comprising nearly half of the total.
In its maiden year as a publicly-listed company, Inspired Entertainment has reported a 2 per cent increase in revenue to $122.5m, as the supplier continues to make progress with the rollout of its server based gaming (SBG) and virtual sports products.
Latest figures from the UK Gambling Commission show that the regulated gambling market in Britain was worth £13.7bn in the twelve month period ended 31st March 2017, with the online sector representing just over a third of the total.
Australian gaming supplier Aristocrat Leisure has reported a 15 per cent increase in revenue to AUD$2,453.8m for its financial year ended September 30th, following a strong performance from its Digital business.
Stockholm-listed iGaming solutions provider Aspire Global has reported a 26 per cent increase in revenue to €19.3m for the third quarter of 2017, with the company also revealing that it will invest €2m to launch a new venture under the Mr Play brand.
Australia’s Tatts Group has reported a 7 per cent increase in revenue to AUD$743.1m for its financial first quarter ended September 30th, with significant growth in digital sales across both lotteries and wagering.
London-listed Webis Holdings has reported a 65 per cent increase in group turnover to US$371.9m for its financial year ended May 31st, with the Asia Pacific region representing near three-quarters of the total.