New York-listed gaming and lottery supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has reported a 10 per cent increase in revenue to US$5.15bn for 2016, despite the ongoing struggles of its DoubleDown Casino social gaming business which saw results worsen during the final quarter of the year.

On a pro forma basis (representing the combined results of both IGT and GTECH for both years), revenue was up by just 1 per cent following a 3 per cent decline in Q4 revenue to $1,321m.

Revenue for the North America Gaming and Interactive segment fell by 3 per cent to $368m, with gaming service revenue declining by 13 per cent to $230m which the company attributed to fewer daily active users (DAUs) at DoubleDown and a decrease in the installed base.

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