Bet-at-home, Betclic Everest subsidiary, has raised its earnings estimates for 2020 to €30.9m, following a very positive fourth quarter (Q4).
The (EBITDA) target for 2020, which was set between €23m and €27m, has been exceeded. The bookmaker is now expecting an amount around €30.9m. This surplus was mostly due to the company's performance in the fourth quarter of the year and the reduced expenses, as revenue remained within the range of expectations. The renowned bookie brought in revenue of €126.9m.
In the first half of 2020, Bet-at-home brought in €62.3m in revenue; down 12.4% year-on-year (YOY). The 3rd quarter (Q3) followed with revenue of €30.7m, raising its gross betting and gaming revenue for the first nine months of the year to €93.0m.
A positive addition beyond the unexpected good financial year was that Bet-at-home received a license to operate under Germany’s Third State Treaty on Gambling, alongside 15 other sportsbooks.
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