• November 19, 2021

Catena Media reviews 33% operating earnings boost for Q3 2021

Catena Media’s Q3 2021 report shows an boost in running profits of 33%, 23% organic expansion and a 33% greater modified EBITDA.

Operating earnings was €33.1m ($37.4m) and modified EBITDA totalled €16m. Operating income circulation showed a 17% increase and cash and hard cash equivalents totalled €28.6m on 30 September 2021. Involving 13 September and 15 Oct, the team repurchased 1,504,810 of Catena Media normal shares, which resulted in a cash outflow of €8.6m.

CEO Michael Daly explained: “For Catena Media, Q3 was an exceedingly robust quarter that highlighted the value of our world diversification strategy across sports activities betting and casino. Triple-digit progress in North The us and a doubling of profits in Japan have been the principal motorists guiding a 33% increase in group revenue and also a 33% soar in modified EBITDA.”

The report pointed out many important occasions of the initially nine months of 2021, like a 42% boost in conditions of new depositing consumers and a 122% raise in profits from North American sports activities betting and on line casino (which accounted for 49% of the group’s revenue).

Daly concluded: “Financially, the group stands on a solid basis. In the course of the quarter we commenced a share buyback programme to optimise our money structure by returning money to shareholders.

“The acquisition of i15 Media property underlined our ongoing readiness to use our financial strength when eye-catching small business options occur. That claimed, I foresee our growth in the coming months as getting mainly organic and natural as we accelerate the exciting journey of internationalising our merchandise and turning into a truly world wide force in our field.”