Casino City Press has announced that the 8th edition of the Internet Gambling Report is now available. This report is very popular with online casino gamblers.
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This issue discusses the significant areas of concern for the online casino gaming industry that have achieved national attention over the past year. Some of the hot topics covered in detail are funding, games with skill, cross boarder wagering, and even person to person wagering.
At Australian Group Marketing Is Concentrating On Hold On To Existing Clientele
Financial results for the year ending June 2007 for Centrebet the Australian bookmaker, have been made known. The report shows an outstanding growth in revenues of 26 percent, reaching A$58.9 million over the amount at this time last year of A$47 million. Pre-tax profits, which stood at A$2.million in 2006, rose to A$12.5 million. There was a slight improvement in the forecasted after tax net profits which reached A$11.8 million.
Compared with the same period for last year, the EBITDA numbers indicated a rise to A$14.5 million, an increase of 45 percent. The company is now preparing for the 2008 year and the directors are expecting to see growth in the range of 10 to 15 percent.
There was also an increase in wagering turnover which pushed wagering revenues up from A$40.2 million to A$47.1 million, an increase of 17 percent.
The situation for Centrebet’s casino and poker revenues has turned out to be especially healthy. Combining A$7.1 million on casinos and A4.7 million for poker, the increase has been a very significant 85 percent, reaching a total of A$11.86 million. When considering the third party technical troubles the company went through, preceding its May 2007switch to the Orbis-Openbet platform, this achievement becomes even more remarkable.
Marketing concentrated on keeping existing clients and increased spending to spend A$7.4, devoting A$1.5 to this issue of client retention, and also generating A$4.8 million in incremental revenue.
At the same time the company board has indicated significant improvements in earnings, profit margins and profitability.