Galaxy Gaming Inc. has announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2021.
Q1 2021 vs. Q1 2020
Revenue decreased 4.7% to $4283K
Adjusted EBITDA increased 12.8% to $1692K
Net income of $89K vs. net income of $117K
Balance Sheet Changes (vs. December 31, 2020)
Cash increased 1.5% to $6081K
Total long-term liabilities (gross) decreased $569K to $51,483K
Stockholders’ deficit decreased to $(24,460)K
“The COVID pandemic continued to affect our business in Q1. Casinos in the UK, our largest brick-and-mortar market, were shuttered for the entire quarter, and we continued to see capacity limitations in other important markets. However, as was the case in Q4 2020, our iGaming business made up most of the difference. iGaming went live in Michigan in February, and volumes were very strong. We expect additional increases in activity when our live dealer clients open up there. In addition to iGaming, new installations of our games and progressives in new markets continue to add to the top line,” Todd Cravens, President and CEO of Galaxy, said.
“I am happy to see progress in Q1, and am looking forward to getting all our customers up and going, as well as bringing new clients into the Galaxy,” Cravens added.
“Despite the continued effects of COVID, we managed to make modest headway in Q1. While revenue was slightly down versus Q1 of 2020, Adjusted EBITDA was up and we had positive cash flow. We are hopeful that COVID-related closures and limitations continue to recede through the remainder of 2021, allowing us to have normalized results in both the brick-and-mortar and online channels in 2022,” Harry Hagerty, CFO of Galaxy, said.