Swedish mobile gaming company and online casino provider LeoVegas has announced its third quarter report ending 30th September, posting its highest ever revenue so far of €39.7 million, up 76% year-on-year.
The Nasdaq First North-listed company reported EBIDTA of €9.8 million – a margin of 25% – attributed to reducing its marketing-to-revenue ratio from 60% to 36% over the quarter, as planned in the company’s second quarter report earlier in the year.
With deposits from customers reaching €39.7 million – an increase of 87% compared to the 23% in the second quarter – the growth is considered to be entirely organic.
Gross profit for the third quarter increased to €31.1 million, corresponding to a gross margin of 78.3%.
Announcing its long-term goals, LeoVegas said that it is determined to reach €300 million in revenue by 2018. The operator also wants to achieve an EBIDTA margin of 15% within the same year.
LeoVegas CEO and Co-founder Gustaf Hagman commented: “The launches of LeoVegas Sport and LeoVegas Live Casino have laid the foundation for strong growth in new customers and gave us considerable momentum into the autumn and third quarter.”
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