The United Kingdom facing brands Robin Hood Bingo and Moon Bingo helped push revenues up at Stride Gaming which bought the websites in the summer.
These names came with the Tarco assets, which were acquired by 8Ball and Netboost Media for approximately £70 million in July. These acquisitions contributed to the 22% rise in revenue to nearly £47.8 million while EBITDA was up 27% to about £12.3 million.
The company stated that the number of real-money users increased with 37% to exactly 71,220 while the yield per player was up 7% to £120. The figure reflected on the engagement, improvement, and of course the player monetization.
The organisation stated that it had tremendous success with its mobile sector. The gross gaming revenue through both the touch screen and mobile devices presented approximately 52% of the total of the group when compared to the 40% in 2015.
Moreover, the company even saw the successful integration of the InfiApps. This is the mobile social company they acquired last year. The average deposit size from it increased to approximately $24.5 from $17 during 2015. Not to mention that the daily ARPU (average revenue per paying user) has grown to $35 from almost $28.5.
Commenting on the results, Eitan Boyd who is currently the chief executive stated that with 105 brands and approximately 10% share of the United Kingdom’s online bingo market, his company now has a real scale as well as a high operational leverage. Not to mention that it occupies a position in the software gambling market.