Per Widerstrom, chief executive of Fortuna Entertainment, said the firm was able to deliver “strong growth” during the opening quarter of the year, after reporting increases in gross win and the amount staked by customers.
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has turned down a proposal from Coral to contribute a rate of 7.5% of profits for retail and remote betting activity as part of the national governing body’s authorised betting partners (ABP) scheme.
Paddy Power has revealed that despite having been hit by unfavourable sports results during the period from July 1 through to November 15, this was offset by “strong” underlying growth across the business.
Fortuna Entertainment has cited the impact of growth within its mobile and online betting businesses as the main drivers behind a year-on-year increase in revenue during the nine months through to the end of September.
Kamil Ziegler, chief executive of OPAP, has said the Greek gambling company was able to achieve “core business growth” in the six months through to June 30 after posting a year-on-year increase across key financials.
Gala Coral revealed that despite having had to contend with additional tax and regulatory costs during the 12-week period through to July 4, the operator was able to post year-on-year growth across key financials.
Antonios Kerastaris, chief executive of Intralot, has said a “strong” performance by the firm during the second quarter of the year allowed it to post increased revenue during the six months through to June 30.