DWS compiles an analysis of Queensland gaming data by statistical area every month. This free service may help you compare your venues performance against your competition. With the closure of gaming venues during COVID-19 shutdown we have limited information to share for Queensland. MAX have provided us with some Queensland network data from the first weekend of gaming back online (3 July – 5 July);
- The weekend performed well with turnover and revenue up 17.9% and 16.5% respectively.
- Average bet again is seeing the largest YoY growth at a strong $1.77, 33.7% up on the same 3 days last year
- There was a small reduction in open hours across the network, 4.2% down on last year
- Club food and beverage sales appear to be coming back slowly.
Both foot traffic and active EGM’s remain down, this is in line with other states post open
For comparison purposes the NSW gaming performance for the first seven days is below.
The below shows the 7 day’s gaming performance data for NSW Clubs since re-opening from COVID-19 lockdown on Monday 1st June 2020. Also, below is a breakdown between NSW metro clubs and NSW regional clubs.