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US – Scientific Games up 25 per cent in Q3

By - 10 November 2021

Scientific Games saw its third quarter revenue reach $539m compared to $432m, up 25 per cent compared to the prior year period.

The company said its gaming business demonstrated continued momentum in the North American market including gains in gaming ops, game sales and the tables business. Revenue also benefited from growth in the iGaming business driven by strong gains in the US revenues, up 109 per cent, and US market share growing 200bps to 27 per cent.

Barry Cottle, President and Chief Executive Officer of Scientific Games, said: “In just the last few months we have made tremendous progress on our strategic pillars, delivering on our promises, and rapidly advancing our vision to be the leading cross-platform global game company. With the sale of our Lottery and Sports Betting businesses we are transforming our Company, raising $7 billion which will significantly de-lever the balance sheet and enable us to invest for growth. With our streamlined organization we have all of the pieces in place, and are singularly focused on building games fully cross-platform. Operationally we also made great strides in the quarter, further cementing the turnaround at our Gaming business, strengthening our leadership position in iGaming and making great progress expanding in Casual at SciPlay. I want to thank all of our teams around the world for their hard work and commitment and for what they have enabled us to accomplish.”

Connie James, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Scientific Games, added: “We have an exciting path ahead of us as we move rapidly to unlock significant value. With the announced sale of Lottery and Sports Betting businesses as well as organic investments and key acquisitions like Authentic, Lightning Box and Koukoi, you are quickly getting to see the shape as well as the pace and agility of our new organization. The divestitures put us on a clearly defined path to materially de-lever while providing us with the ability to invest. Our momentum continued this quarter with strong top and bottom line growth and with strong quarterly cash flow as the teams continued to be laser-focused on productivity. We are seeing our Company come together and coalesce around a high-performance culture that embraces our bright future as we pursue our new vision and I can’t thank our employees enough for their dedication and enthusiasm.” 

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