New York-listed lottery operator 500.com has reported a 67 per cent drop in net revenue to RMB9.8m (€1.3m) for the third quarter of 2019.
Iowa’s regulated sports betting market saw total wagers increase to $46.5m in October, with more than half of the total generated online.
Denmark’s regulated betting and gaming market fell by 1 per cent to DKK1,610 (€215.4m) during the third quarter of 2019, following declines in the sports betting and gaming machine sectors.
New York’s regulated sports betting market generated lower gross gaming revenue in October as two of the four licensed operators reported month-on-month declines.
Licensed sportsbooks in Indiana collected $91.7m in wagers during the second full month of regulated sports betting in the state, with three operators now online.
New York-listed gaming supplier AGS has posted a 5 per cent increase in third quarter revenue to $79.4m.
New York-listed Scientific Games grew third quarter revenue by 4 per cent to $855m following growth across all business segments.
New York-listed social gaming operator SciPlay has reported an 11 per cent increase in revenue to $116.4m for the third quarter of 2019.
Stockholm-listed iGaming affiliate Better Collective has reported a 54 per cent increase in revenue to €17.1m for the third quarter of 2019, with results boosted by recent acquisitions in the United States and Sweden.
Stockholm-listed LeoVegas has reported a 12 per cent increase in third quarter revenue to €88.2m, benefiting from growth in Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Italy.
Sweden’s regulated gambling market generated net gaming revenue of SEK5,895m (€475.3m) during the third quarter of 2019, with sports betting and online casino representing nearly two-thirds of the total.
London-listed gaming operator Flutter Entertainment grew third quarter revenue by 9 per cent to £533m, as strong performances in the United States and Australia offset falling revenue in the online and retail segments.