New York-listed gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games said Wednesday that it expects revenue for the full 2017 year to increase by 7 per cent to more than USD$3.08bn.

Revenue for the final quarter of the year is expected to be up by 9 per cent to between $820m and $825m, while the company's net loss for the period is expected to be between $40m and $50m, compared to a loss of $111m in Q4 2016.

This includes a projected $28m of restructuring and other charges primarily relating to the acquisition of NYX Gaming Group, which completed in early January.

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