For the 52 weeks to 29 March 2020 revenue from the core Bet365 sports and gaming business fell 7.5% to £2.76bn. The operator noted that excluding the impact of Covid-19 in the final weeks of the reporting period, and taking into account the lack of a major football tournament, revenue from sports and gaming would have been up 2% year-over-year.
Bet365 reported an 8% fall in revenue to £2.81bn for the 52-week period ending 29 March 2020, partly due to the cancellation of sporting events as the Covid pandemic took hold last year, on top ...
Gambling giant bet365 saw revenue fall by eight per cent to £2.8 billion in 2019/20. The latest financial accounts from the Stoke-on-Trent company - which owns a majority stake in Stoke City Football Club - revealed that both revenue and profit decreased in the 53 weeks to March 29, 2020.
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bet365 has 3,412 employees at their 1 location and £2.86 B in annual revenue in FY 2018. See insights on bet365 including office locations, competitors, revenue, financials, executives, subsidiaries and more at Craft.
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The top 3 is then rounded out by GVC Holdings, and Bet365. This fact sheet is to breakdown the top sports betting companies in the world by revenue as of 2020, but ultimately the goal is to assist business professionals, investors, and people in general that are interested in gaining insights into the global sports betting industry including:
Bet365’s latest annual report on its financial performance for the 12 months ending March 31 shows its betting and gaming revenue hit £2.98b, up 10% from fiscal 2017-18, while operating profit ...