Italian gaming operator SNAI has seen first quarter revenue increase by 10 per cent to €156.1m, despite posting a year-on-year decline in its sports betting and online gaming offerings.

The company benefited from growth in its gaming machines business, as well as an amicable settlement with Scientific Games Corporation following a dispute with various operating subsidiaries including Barcrest and The Global Draw. The settlement meant that other revenue and income rose to €27.7m during the quarter.

Premium subscribers continue here to the full article.