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AGTech 9-month revenue rises 37% as China lottery rebounds

AGTech Holdings said its revenue in the 9 months to end-September gained 36.6 percent on the back of a rebound in the China lottery market.

AGTech nine-month loss narrowed on China rebound

Hong Kong-listed AGTech Holdings has flagged a narrowed loss for the nine months ended Sept 30, 2021 as China continues to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic. 

AGTech wins further eight sports lottery terminal bids in China

AGTech subsidiary, Beijing AGTech GOT Technology CoLtd has recently won eight sports lottery terminal procurement bidding projects across China.

AGTech agrees to buy owner of Macau Pass for HK$778m

AGTech Holdings, a Chinese lottery supplier, said it has agreed to buy the owner of Macau Pass for a maximum of HK778 million to diversify its revenue streams.

AGTech narrows loss in 1H21 as China lottery sales increase 44%

Chinese lottery service provider AGTech Holdings saw its losses narrow approximately 60 percent in 1H21, compared to the previous corresponding period in 2020. 

AGTech sees loss narrowing by 55% in latest half to June

Chinese lottery services provider, AGTech Holdings, said it expects its loss to narrow by at least 55 percent in the half year to June 30th as businesses rebound from Covid.

AGTech wins six sport lottery terminal projects 

AGTech Holdings has announced it has recently won six sport lottery terminal procurement bidding projects across a number of regions in China.

AGTech Q1 revenue rose 51.3%

AGTech Holdings said Q1 revenue jumped 51.3 percent as its lottery business in China recovered from the Covid pandemic.

AGTech 2020 revenue falls 7.7%, games outperform

AGTech Holdings said its 2020 revenue dropped 7.7 percent, mainly due to a fall in the sales of lottery hardware, games and systems. However, its loss narrowed and its games and entertainment business performed strongly.

AGTech 2020 revenue down 7.7% but loss narrows

AGTech Holdings said its operating loss narrowed by 32.7 percent in 2020, even though revenue dropped by about 7.7 percent to HK$161.6 million.