New Jersey’s regulated gambling market generated total revenue of $334.4m in the month of July, driven by strong growth online and increased contributions from sports betting.
London-listed betting and gaming operator GVC Holdings has reported a 61 per cent increase in net gaming revenue to £1.81bn for the first half of 2019, buoyed the acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral Group in March of last year.
Stockholm-listed operator Global Gaming 555 has reported a 42 per cent fall in revenue for the second quarter of 2019 as a result of the shutdown of its Ninja Casino brand in Sweden.
Frankfurt-listed online lottery provider Zeal Network has reported a 6 per cent increase in total revenue to €79.3m for the first six months of 2019, with growth driven by a positive contribution from newly acquired Lotto24.
Stockholm-listed iGaming affiliate Better Collective has posted a 64 per cent increase in revenue to €15.8m for the second quarter of 2019, benefiting from a significant increase in new depositing customers during the period.
Sydney-listed gaming operator Tabcorp has posted a 46 per cent increase in revenue to AUD$5.48bn in the first full year since its combination with Tatts.
Oslo-listed gaming operator Gaming Innovation Group has reported a 16 per cent decline in revenue to €31.0m in the second quarter of 2019, with the decline attributed to lower player activity and higher betting duties in Sweden.
Stockholm-listed gaming operator LeoVegas has reported an 8 per cent increase in revenue to €94.4m for the second quarter of 2019.
New York-listed gaming supplier Inspired Entertainment has reported a 28 per cent decline in revenue to $26.7m for the second quarter of 2019.
London-listed gaming operator JPJ Group has reported a 14 per cent increase in revenue to £169.5m for the first half of 2019, following continued strong organic growth from its Vera&John brand.
Toronto-listed betting and gaming operator The Stars Group has reported a 55 per cent increase in total revenue to US$637.6m for the second quarter of 2019, benefiting from a record performance from its UK-facing Sky Betting & Gaming business.
Hong Kong-listed lottery provider AGTech Holdings has reported a 23 per cent decline in revenue to HK$47.7m for the first half of 2019, with results continuing to be impacted by a decrease in sales of lottery hardware.