Gambling.com’s 2021 Financial Results are In

Gambling.com has revealed its 2021 and fourth quarter financial results.  Moreover, Gambling.com’s leadership notes the company got off to a solid start in the first quarter of the year.  The company’s United States-facing assets provide sports gambling investors with reason for optimism as they have the potential to spur a record-setting financial performance throughout the remainder of the year ahead. 

Sports gambling investors should be aware that Gambling.com is a publicly traded company on the Nasdaq with the symbol of GAMB.  Let’s take a closer look at the details of the company’s financial results for the fourth quarter as well as the year as a whole.

Gambling.com’s Financial Performance

Gambling.com is one of the global internet gambling industry’s power players, providing digital market services for industry businesses.  The company’s annual revenue growth in North America alone was just under 90%, coming in at $7.5 million.  The group’s aggregate revenue growth for the year was slightly more than 50%, coming in at $42.3 million.  The company raked in $28 million in the previous year. 

 Gambling.com’s net income was $12.5 million, equating to 37 cents per diluted share as compared to $15.2 million and 49 cents per diluted share, respectively, for the previous year.

Gambling.com’s adjusted EBITDA came in at $18.4 million, representing a hike of slightly more than 25% from the prior year in which its adjusted EBITDA was $14.6 million.  The company’s free cash flow came in at $8.4 million, dropping 22% when juxtaposed with the $10.8 million from the previous year.

Quarterly Financial Figures

Gambling.com’s revenue in North America jumped 56% to an impressive $2.2 million as compared to the $1.4 million in the same period in the previous year.  The company’s revenue of $10.3 million stayed the same as its revenue in the same quarter in the previous year.

The company’s net income of $0.9 million, equating to 2 cents per share, underwhelms compared its net income of $8.5 million and 35 cents per diluted share in the same time period in the previous year.  The company’s adjusted EBITDA in the quarter posted at $2.3 million, dropping 63% as compared to the $6 million in the same quarter in the previous year, equating to a 22% adjusted EBITDA margin.  Furthermore, Gambling.com’s brass noted it has $1.8 million of free cash flow as compared to the $3.5 million of free cash flow in the previous year.

Gambling.com’s Business Progress

Gambling.com’s executives are rightfully proud of their company going public in the summer of 2021.  The company was also named as the EGR Affiliate of the Year in 2021 and the SBC North America Casino Affiliate of the Year in 2021.  Gambling.com delivered slightly less than 120,000 new customers who made deposits in the year gone by as compared to 104,000 in the prior year. 

Gambling.com’s accomplishments in 2021 also include the launching of multiple websites for United States users.  Add in the fact that the company acquired a litany of web domain names for the United States market and there is even more reason to believe in its business prospects moving forward.  

Of particular note is Gambling.com’s acquisition of RotoWire.com, a popular fantasy sports website.  The acquisition of this site will catalyze web traffic to its sports wagering affiliates.  The company also established a media partnership in the winter of the current year with McClatchy to generate revenue from the group’s digital media asset portfolio with the launch of sports wagering in nearly 30 markets spanning more than a dozen states.  In particular, Gambling.com shareholders should be especially excited about the company’s entry into the New York market.

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More