Following recent news of increases in turnover for William Hill and Ladbrokes, Party Gaming have released positive performance figures for the third quarter of the year. They are up 9% in total on the same period from last year and revenue has risen from €78.3 million up to €85.3 million.
While other companies have only been reporting such strong figures as a result of sports betting at this year’s football World Cup, Party saw a significant rise in casino revenue. Excluding their performance in France which has been hindered by new legislation, Party Casino revenue is up 12% on the same period in 2009.
CEO of Party Gaming, Jim Ryan expressed his happiness with the new figures and commented on the casino revenue by saying: “Excluding French casino, total revenue would have been up 12%, driven by casino growth in other markets, acquisitions and a strong performance in sports betting.”