Gaming software giant NetEnt has published its annual results for 2015, reporting a 33 per cent climb in revenues, to SEK1.132bn (€120m), and a 54 per cent jump in profit after tax, to SEK374m (€40.5m).
Slots accounted for 87 per cent of game win from NetEnt games, with roulette next (seven per cent), followed by blackjack (four per cent). Video poker and other games each contributed one per cent to revenues.
Per Eriksson, president and CEO, said of the results: “Strong growth is driven by rising demand for digital entertainment, especially in mobile.
“In 2015 we signed up 43 new customers and went live with 37,” said Eriksson, adding that the company’s market share in Europe is estimated at approximately 30 per cent.
The annual report also included a breakdown of the NetEnt workforce. The company has more than 700 employees, 38 per cent of whom are female, with the gender split of the senior management team being 50/50.