Interactive gaming software and services provider GTECH said that despite suffering year-on-year falls in revenue, EBITDA and operating income during the 12 months to December 31, 2013, it still “met or exceeded” key performance objectives during the year.
The UK Gambling Commission has updated its 'Industry Statistics 2008-2013' and provides the latest information on each industry sector – arcades, betting, bingo, casinos, gaming machine manufacturers, lotteries and remote gambling.
PwC’s team of gambling specialists bring you an unbiased overview of how the gambling industry in South Africa is expected to develop over the coming years. The publication focuses on the following major industry segments: casino gambling, limited pay-out machines, sports betting, bingo and the National Lottery. For Nigeria and Kenya, they cover only casino gambling.
Gaming solutions provider Scientific Games has posted impressive figures for the third quarter of 2013, having recorded growth in both revenue and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) during the period.
Sports betting remains the key growth driver in mobile gambling currently, but many factors are falling into place, one of most notable ones being forthcoming regulation in the US, which will make mobile casino the leading vertical in the sector according to Juniper Research, and enable global stakes to go from US$19.5bn 2011 to more than US$100bn in 2017.
Net Entertainment has signed a partnership agreement with one of the world’s leading betting and gaming enterprises, Ladbrokes. Under the terms of the agreement Net Entertainment will supply the operator with a selection of online desktop and mobile games.