eBet six-month profit gains 25 percent, boosted by gaming systems

    eBet said normalized net profit after tax in the six months ended Dec. 31st rose 25 percent to $1.13 million driven by revenues from gaming systems. Revenue overall rose 2 percent to $21 million, with growth in all divisions except for the gaming machines segment, which declined 22 percent. Gaming systems revenue gained 25 percent and gaming operations were up 8 percent. eBet CEO and managing director Tony Toohey predicted another strong year ahead and said the company would focus on expanding its gaming system reporting capabilities and on the Victoria gaming systems market, which provides a “large opportunity.”