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Konami’s gaming arm sees a 30 percent yearly revenue increase in 2Q23


Konami’s gaming arm has recorded a 29.9 percent increase in its revenue in the three months ended June 30th, topping JPY 10 billion ($70.5 million).

Business profit for the segment was also up 139.5 percent yearly, topping JPY2 billion ($13.9 million).

The group notes that its North American Australian casino markets have ‘regained their pre-COVID energy’ and those markets are ‘growing steadily’. In other regions, the markets as a whole are also ‘moving toward recovery, especially led by Asian market’.

Regarding the group’s slot machine business, the Japanese leisure conglomerate notes that the DIMENSION series is expanding its presence in the North American and Australian markets, where the series have won multiple awards.  

‘In terms of slot machine sales, DIMENSION 49TM has maintained high operation in the market. In the area of participation (revenue share business), we are expanding the introduction of DIMENSION 75CTM featuring a 75-inch curved monitor, to casino facilities.’

The group’s second-largest segment, Sports, earned JPY11 billion ($77.5 million), up 6.5 percent annually.

The group’s Amusement arm actually saw a 5.3 percent drop in revenue during the reporting period, totaling just JPY2.9 billion ($20.7 million).

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