New York-listed gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games has reported a 7 per cent increase in revenue to $3.08bn for 2017, benefiting from growth across all business segments.

The final quarter of the year saw revenue increased by 9 per cent to $823.0m, with Gaming revenue up by 7 per cent to a quarterly record of $492.5m, driven by global shipments of 10,249 new gaming machines.

Lottery revenue rose 9 per cent to $217.2m in Q4, led by a quarterly record level of instant games revenue of $151.1m, up 7.5 per cent year-on-year.

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