A&S Leisure, the Sheffield-based casino group, has managed to increase its Gross Gaming Revenue despite the currently, murky operating conditions affecting the British gambling sector.
The group achieved revenues of £24.3m in 2012, increasing from £22.3m the previous year whilst pre-tax profit dropped slightly from £1.69m to £1.68m during 2012.
The casino division, Napoleons, which is used to brand casinos in Sheffield, Leeds, Hull, Bradford and London, accounted for the vast majority of that revenue with sales of £18.2m giving an operating profit of £347,272. Operating profit at the group’s Sheffield greyhound racing business came in at £895,024 from revenues of just £6m.
A&S said it was confident of recording an ‘acceptable profit’ over the coming year despite increasingly difficult operating conditions.