FDJ raises dividend following very strong 2022 results 

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FJD’s 2022 revenues were up 9% to €2.5 billion, on a 9% increase in stakes to €20.6 billion. After a first half of the year that benefited from the post-Covid recovery, the second half of the year was in line with the group’s growth trajectory, with revenue up 6%, including the effect of the Football World Cup at the end of the year.

In this exceptional environment, growth in all business activities and across all channels: Revenue up 11% for the lottery business and up 1% for sports betting and online gaming open to competition.

Recurring EBITDA of €590 million, up 13%, representing a margin of 24.0%, and net profit of €308 million.

Stéphane Pallez, Chairwoman and CEO of FDJ Group, said: “FDJ recorded very strong results for the year as a whole, marked by an increase in all of our business activities, supported by significant growth in our 30,000 points of sale and sustained momentum online.

This good performance benefits all our stakeholders, in particular our employees, our retailers and our shareholders. The Group also continued to strengthen its social commitments, in particular its actions to prevent excessive and underage gambling. Backed by his financial and non-financial performance, the Group is confident in its strategy and its prospects to create balanced value in the medium term.”