• Q1 2023 revenue up +5%1 to €662 million
    • Activity still strong in points of sale (stakes up +7%)
    • Good dynamic in online stakes (+21%), accounting for almost 13% of total stakes
  • Targets for 2023 confirmed
  • The highest sustainability rating in the Hotel, Leisure and Services sector maintained by Moody's ESG Solutions for
    the 5th year in a row
  • Confirmation of La Française des Jeux's monopoly by theFrench Council of State

Stéphane Pallez, Chairwoman and CEO of the FDJ Group, said: "The first quarter of 2023 was marked by the continued good financial and extra-financial performance of the FDJ Group. Our revenue is up more than 5%, driven by both our network of 30,000 points of sale and a good dynamic in our digital business. We are also very proud to have maintained an excellent sustainability rating by Moody's ESG Solutions, which places us, for the fifth year in a row, as number one in our industry. Finally, the decision of the French Council of State validates the privatisation procedure and strengthens FDJ's monopoly, in compliance with European law."

Q1 2023 revenue of €662 million, up +5% on a 2022 pro forma basis

The revenue in Q1 2023 amounts to €662 million.

On a pro forma basis in 2022, including the acquisitions of Aleda and L'Addition over the full year, its growth came out at +5.3%. Compared to Q1 2022 reported figures, the increase was +8.0% based on stakes which increased by +8.6% to €5,495 million.

The business was well oriented across the entire offering and all distribution channels:

  • Point-of-sale stakes rose +6.9% to €4.797 million, reflecting good traffic level and the attractiveness of FDJ's offering.
  • Online stakes continued their good momentum, driven by both lottery and sports betting. They were up +21.3% to nearly €700 million, a performance mainly attributable to the increase in the number of players. Thus, online stakes account for nearly 13% of total stakes.
  • Lottery revenue totalled €497 million, a +6.4% increase due to growth in draw games and instant games stakes.
    • The performance of Loto and Euromillions was mainly attributable to the increase in stakes related to high jackpots;
    • That of instant games reflects the success of the animation of the games portfolio, with the launch of the Carré Or
      one-off game in January, despite a high comparison base that benefited from the relaunch of the bestseller Cash in February 2022.
  • Sports betting pursue their good momentum recorded since summer 2022, amplified by the football World Cup, with strong growth in stakes. However, the high level of player winnings in Q1 2023 led to stability of revenue from sports betting and online gaming open to competition, at €129 million.

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About La Française des Jeux (FDJ Group)

France’s leading gaming operator and one of the industry leaders worldwide, FDJ offers responsible gaming to the general public in the form of lottery games (draws and instant games), sports betting (through its ParionsSport point de vente et ParionsSport en ligne brands) and poker. FDJ’s performance is driven by a large portfolio of iconic brands, the #1 local sales network in France, a growing market, and recurring investments. The Group implements a strategy of innovation to increase the attractiveness of its gaming and service offering across all distribution channels, with a responsible gaming experience.

FDJ Group is listed on the regulated market of Euronext Paris (Compartment A FDJ.PA) and is part of the SBF 120, Euronext 100, Euronext Vigeo 20, EN EZ ESG L 80, STOXX Europe 600, MSCI Europe and FTSE Euro indices.

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