Unibet gambling operator reported on financial performance for the third quarter of 2016.
Unibet profit continues to please the shareholders of the group.
At the end of the third quarter of the year, Unibet earned £ 142 million instead of £ 83 million last year. Pre-tax profit (EBITA) amounted to £ 33.9 million.
The company earned £ 21 million of net profit for the third quarter, while this figure amounted to £ 12.9 million for the same period in 2015. Consequently, the net profit rose up to 62.8%.
Swedish operator shows an impressive first quarter financial results now. The company runs ahead of projects throughout 2016. The second quarter profit record was reached with the help of such companies as iGame and Stan James. It brought gambling operators up to one million new customers, as SBC News reported.
“High performance of all brands enabled to increase the gross income by 65%. The clients high activity after the European Championship in France helped to achieve such results. The margin from rates remained at the same level as it was last year. We would allow to admit that was all just happened cause of clients’ activity, ” the Unibet Group CEO, Henrik Tarnstrem, said.
We have to remind that the company announced the possibility of the upcoming rebranding.