New online gaming law helps Holland Casino

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Holland Casino chalked up higher total revenues in the first half of 2022 than it did in the whole of last year, the company reported yesterday.


Online gaming – newly legal in the Netherlands – brought the company €82.8m in revenue, around 25 per cent of its total revenue for the half-year. Total revenues, said the company, were €353.5m as against €304.2m for all of last year.

Commented Noel Leise, director of operations: “We see that our online guests continue to appreciate our offer despite the increasing competition. We therefore expect a positive year.

“Of course, that still depends on the Covid developments in the autumn and how quickly we can have enough employees in the tight labour market.

But these half-year figures again form a promising basis. In the coming six months, we will continue to build a stable, responsible and future-proof company with renewed energy.”

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EBITDA was €40m and pre-tax profit €8.2m.

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