Eldorado Resorts, the operator with 19 casinos across the US and which recently bought Isle of Capri Casinos, has reported second quarter net revenue of US$426.8m and operating income of $17.6m with adjusted EBITDA of $100m.

Gary Carano, chairman and CEO, said: “Our second quarter growth was broad-based as adjusted EBITDA improved at 13 of our properties and we delivered year-on-year property margin increases at our west, midwest and east regions and flat margin results for our south region.

“Our expanded scale following the May completion of the Isle of Capri transaction significantly diversified our adjusted EBITDA composition as no single market accounted for more than approximately 15 per cent of total property adjusted EBITDA in the second quarter.

"Overall, our second quarter results continue to highlight the efficacy of our strategy to build shareholder value by leveraging our proven operating model into a more diversified regional gaming entity.”