Casino re-openings push Groupe Partouche revenue up to €173.7m in Q2

Casino re-openings push Groupe Partouche revenue up to €173.7m in Q2

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  • Robert Fletcher, iGaming Business
June 17, 2024 8:45 PM
  • Robert Fletcher, iGaming Business

France’s Groupe Partouche has reported a 2.7% year-on-year rise in gross gaming revenue to €173.7m ($186.8m) in Q2, helped by the reopening of two of its land-based casinos.

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Revenue in Q2 – covering the three months to 30 April – was ahead of €169.1m in the same period last year. Groupe Partouche noted growth across both its casino and hotel operations during the quarter.

Beginning with casino, this segment was helped by the reopening of two venues in France. Lyon Vert casino has been transformed into the Pasino Grand-La Tour Salvagny after a two-year renovation project costing €2.1m.

Groupe Partouche also referenced the partial reopening of Annemasse Casino.