Aristocrat revenue rises to A$1.9bn for H1 2019

By Matthew Enderby

Aristocrat Leisure has reported revenue of A$1.9bn (US$1.31bn), a 21% year-on-year increase at constant currency, for H1 of its financial year.

EBITDA was A$708.2m for the first half of the year, up 10% at constant currency, with profit after tax totalling A$318.9m, a 24% growth.

Fully diluted earnings per share were 51.6c for the period, up 6% at constant currency.

The company made most of its revenue from its Americas sector. This region brought in A$957m in reported currency, normalised for significant items, up 28%.

Australia and New Zealand generated reported currency revenue of A$230.6m, up 7%.

The digital sector made reported currency revenue of A$820.9, a 49% increase.

Operational highlights for the business included increasing its share in land-based North America Gaming Operations, boosting total daily active users online to 8 million and growing its land-based outright sales segment.


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