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Lottery picks up in China

China’s Ministry of Finance announced March earned RMB10.5b ($1.5b), a 70% drop from the same month the previous year. Despite the downturn, operators are slowly coming back after the pandemic shutdowns. While lotteries suffered losses during the 105-day lockdown, with February bringing in only RMB1m, March was the more successful month for Q1.

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Beijing is the last region to resume lottery operations, and while sales are slow after a protracted lockdown, operators remain hopeful.

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