The French casino operator has reported a fall in gross gaming revenue of 71.1 per cent in the second quarter of the year.
France.- The impact of the closure of casinos in France continues to impact on Groupe Partouche.
The French casino operator has reported that gross gaming revenue was down 71.1 per cent year-on-year at €25.1m in its second quarter.
The period, covering February to April, started well, Partouche said, but operating days were reduced by 50 per cent due to closures in France from the middle of March.
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Income from there on was limited to the company’s non-French business, mainly online gaming and betting in Switzerland and Belgium. Overall GGR in those sectors increased more than 100 per cent to €23.9m.
French casinos have started to resume operations since May 19.