US gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games Corporation has reported a 60 per cent increase in revenue to $51.6m from its interactive business during the second quarter of 2015, with the company having now agreed deal to deploy its SG Universe interactive gaming products to 48 casino operators.

The strong performance of the interactive business helped Scientific Games’ overall revenue for the quarter increase 66 per cent to $691.5m, despite an 8 per cent decline in lottery revenue to $190.2m.

This was offset by a 154 per cent rise in gaming revenue to $449.7m, reflecting the inclusion of $310.3m from Bally which included $143.7m in service revenue and $166.6m in product sales revenue.

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