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Croatia’s 10 Biggest Gambling & Gaming Businesses Net €50 Million Profit

super-sportThe current economic climate in Croatia is putting the squeeze on a number of businesses, not so those however in the gambling and gaming industry…

The gaming and gambling industry is going from strength to strength, with the top 10 performing businesses in the industry in Croatia recording a combined profit of 344 million kuna (close to 50 million euros) last year, according to data released from the Financial agency.

The number one outfit in Croatia is betting agency Super sport, who employ 1,014 people and recorded net profits of 233,3 million kuna, (close to 30 million euros), or 67% of the combined net profits of the top 10 last year. In second place were Prva sportska kladionca, who employ 444 people and recorded net profits of 29.4 million kuna (close to 4 million euros), which was 8.5% of the combined net profits of the top 10 last year.

Overall there has been 0.4% growth in the number of being employed in the industry from the previous year, 30.6% growth in revenue, and a massive 569.1% rise in net profits.

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