FDJ first-quarter revenue tops €662 million

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La Française des Jeux (FDJ), France’s leading gaming operator, announced its Q1 2023 revenue.

The revenue in Q1 2023 amounts to €662 million. On a pro forma basis in 2022, including the acquisitions of Aleda and L’Addition over the full year, its growth came out at +5.3%. Compared to Q1 2022 reported figures, the increase was +8.0% based on stakes which increased by +8.6% to €5,495 million.

The business was well oriented across the entire offering and all distribution channels: Point-of-sale stakes rose +6.9% to €4.797 million, reflecting good traffic level and the attractiveness of FDJ’s offering.Online stakes continued their good momentum, driven by both lottery and sports betting.

Stéphane Pallez, Chairwoman and CEO of the FDJ Group, said: “The first quarter of 2023 was marked by the continued good financial and extra-financial performance of the FDJ Group. Our revenue is up more than 5%, driven by both our network of 30,000 points of sale and a good dynamic in our digital business.

We are also very proud to have maintained an excellent sustainability rating by Moody’s ESG Solutions, which places us, for the fifth year in a row, as number one in our industry.Finally, the decision of the French Council of State validates the privatisation procedure and strengthens FDJ’s monopoly, in compliance with European law.”