Ainsworth Suffers 66% Drop in Post-Tax Profit

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Australian betting firm Ainsworth Game Technology has posted their latest full-year financial results, noting a 66% drop in post-tax profits.

Key financial indicators for the full year ending June 30th, 2019 were:

  • Post-tax profits of A$10.9 million
  • Turnover down 12% to A$234.3 million
  • Group earnings before interest and deductions down 34% to A$44.8 million
  • Australian sales down 43%
  • Net cash at the end of the year of $6.2 million, compared to a debt of $36.2 million last year

Commenting on the results Ainsworth CEO Lawrence Levy said, "I am confident AGT can drive improved long-term growth by leveraging its excellent reputation, focusing R&D and complementing organic performance with selective acquisitions.

"My initial observations as the new CEO are that we have a strong footprint in major markets, scale and growing recurring revenues. With an increased focus on investing in game technology and new product development, I expect our domestic performance to progressively improve and our international success to continue.

"While the FY19 results are relatively weak, AGT is capable of delivering improved performance. We have a professional and motivated workforce, an excellent industry reputation and a well-established footprint across all our markets."

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Kingston Li
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29 August 2019 - 5:42pm

The drop in profits looks huge for Ainsworth but maybe that's partly because of the acquisition they've made but


Australian sales down 43%

certainly looks like a worrying figure.