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Australia's Tabcorp has swung to a net profit of $28.7 million in 2017/18 following its merger with Tatts Group

Tabcorp chief executive David Attenborough said digital sales rose strongly in Tabcorp's lotteries business, growing by 27.8 per cent and accounting for almost 18 per cent of total lottery sales. Mr Attenborough said despite customers shift towards online gambling, bricks and mortar stores weren't going anywhere. "It's really at the heart of the of a lot of Australian communities - their local pub and club," he told reporters. "We do not see a development where you end up with digital without retail, all our long-term strategies are about the integration within the retail environment."

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Belgium: Record year for the National Lottery

"We had a record year," says Jannie. Haek, CEO of the National Lottery presenting the results of the public company in 2018. "Despite the liberalization of the sector in 2011, we are experiencing sustainable growth that demonstrates the confidence that consumers have in the Lottery." Jannie Haek says he is "proud" of the results earned in a very open market, not regulated enough and where private competitors grow by 1 billion euros per year.

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