Last week, the company published that 2015’s revenue was €165.9 million (US$185.19 million) in comparison with €150.7 million (US$169 million) in 2014, meaning a 10 percent of increment.
The company reported “weaker than expected online performance” in the UK and blame it on online regulations on problem gambling.
The leading gaming solutions supplier and operator around the globes signed a deal with Trilantic Capital Partners Europe.
After the fusion of Scientific Games and Bally Technologies in 2014, the company expects the event to become the first one to incorporate its three business divisions.
The 37th edition of the congress held this month, succeeded at empowering the Irish gaming industry.