The December edition of the AGEM Index showed a 9.5 per cent hike since November and was 26.7 per cent up on the prior year.
Asia.- The stock prices of gaming equipment manufacturers continued to rebound in December 2020, according to the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM).
The AGEM index for the month showed an increase in value of 60.18 points (to a total of 691.90 points), which was 9.5 per cent up on November and 26.7 per cent higher than in December 2019.
Asian firms within the Index preformed well. Scientific Games Corporation’s stock price rose by 11.3 points from November and over 54 per cent from December 2019.
The stock of Tokyo’s Konami also saw a 3.6 per cent month on month increase and a year on year increase of 29.3 since.
Taiwan’s Astro Corp. had a spike of 126.9 per cent within the year, but in December it showed a 7.6 per cent month-on-month decline.
Australia’s Aristocrat dropped three points in December in relation to the previous month, and was down almost 8 per cent on the previous year.
Finally, Ainsworth Game Technology’s stock price improved 54.2 per cent on November but the average price was 38.9 per cent lower than in December 2019.