Nagacorp said its mass market business continued to improve in Q1, gaining sequentially from the second half of last year and returning to about 99 percent of its Q1, 2020 levels before the pandemic took hold.
Summit Ascent Holdings, operator of Tigre De Cristal in Vladivostok said it swung the second half of 2020 to a positive adjusted EBITDA and net profit, thanks mainly to strong local demand.
Hong Kong-listed Suncity Group Holdings on Monday said it expects to record a profit for the year ending December 31, 2020, despite a 67.4 percent decrease in revenue in the year.
Macau Gross gambling revenue (GGR) in March is expected to be down in the low to mid-sixties percent from the same month last year, though visitation is expected to improve in Spring and travel with Hong Kong may resume from Q2, Bernstein Research said in a note.
Aquis Entertainment has reported its preliminary final report for the full year 2020. Revenue from operations decreased 23.7 percent to A$18.9 million (US$14.9 million).
Poker machine revenue at the Canberra Labor Club fell by more than 28 percent year-on-year to A$17.4 million (US$13.7 million).
Australia-listed BetMakers Technology Group has announced the company’s results for the half-year ended December 31, 2020. In this six-month period, the firm’s revenues were A$7.59 million (US$6 million), up 88 percent, and EBITDA was A$0.04 million.
Australia-listed Pointsbet has reported a 174 percent year-on-year boost in revenues for the six month period from July to December 2020, reaching over A$75 million (US$59 million).
Jumbo Interactive, the Australian lottery firm, delivered revenue of A$40.9 million (US$32.2 million), up 9.0 percent, with underlying EBITDA up 3.7 percent to A$24.1 million.
Shares in MGM Resorts rose almost 4 percent on Friday after investors applauded the casino operator’s latest foray into the online sphere.