The group’s net generated revenue (NGR) increased 1% over the period compared to the same period in 2021, according to the overview. The main reason for the increase was the group’s Mecca and Enracha venues, but a drop in sales at the Grosvenor venues offset their earnings. Grosvenor’s trading performance was slightly above Q1 levels, but still weaker than expected in Q2 as it did not improve at a weekly average NGR of 5.8 million pounds ($7.1 million) throughout the second quarter.
Contrary to Grosvenor, Mecca venues have attracted 4% more customers in five months than last year. The average weekly NGR for Q2 was also consistent with Q1. There was no significant increase in revenue due to the continued pressure on the cost of living and reduced visitors affected by the World Cup. The NRACHA venue has maintained strong performance, with net accrual revenue up 27% year-over-year. Growth has been driven broadly by investments in electronics that continue to deliver strong returns.
Overall, Rank Group’s digital business continued to grow by 11% from July to November. UK business grew 10% after Grosvenor switched to proprietary technology platform. Similarly, Rank International’s 13% revenue growth is driven by the continued growth of the Yobingo platform and is further supported by Yosport’s launch in October 2022. 온라인경마
The company has developed a performance improvement plan in anticipation of a longer-than-expected recovery at its Grosvenor venue, which is overshadowed by current macroeconomic challenges. Also, Mecca venue’s annual performance poses downside risks in 2023. Enracha venues are expected to continue solid performance as Spanish customers are less affected by the cost-of-living pressures. Rank Digital continues to focus on a richer live casino gaming experience and customized online bingo offerings.