Furthermore, Aristocrat’s operating revenue reached AU$5.57bn for the full year, up 18% year-on-year.
Its EBITDA also rose by 20% from full-year results in 2021, reaching AU$1.85bn, while its baseline after-tax profit stood at AU$948.5m.
The supplier says this growth was driven by a strong performance in North American gaming operations and global sales, despite supply chain disruptions and “mixed” operating conditions across its key markets.
The amount of premium class III and class II games the supplier installed in the region grew by 14% to a total of 31,595 units, while its installment of hardware configurations grew 5% to 27,604.
Furthermore, the supplier saw a 9% average fee per day increase on its machines, something it says demonstrates its strong product performance and portfolio quality.
Aristocrat’s outright sales in North America grew 66% for the full year ended 30 September, a result of its expanded Video Lottery Terminal segments in Canada, Oregon and Illinois.
2022 also saw the supplier enter the Kentucky Historical Horse Racing and New York Lottery markets.
In its domestic region of Australia and New Zealand, Aristocrat says its market-leading share was maintained, in large part due to the “continued penetration” of the MarsX cabinet and its accompanying games portfolio.
Earlier this year, Aristocrat completed the acquisition of Roxor, a UK-based iGaming supplier.