The Company recorded $4.8 million in revenue for slot operations in the second quarter of 2013, a decrease of 4% compared to $5.0 million in the second quarter of 2012 mainly attributable to the Philippine operations. The decrease in Philippine slot revenue was due to higher jackpot payouts and increasing competition in the market. Despite the revenue decline, Philippine average WUD improved slightly compared with the prior year quarter due to a lower installed base with higher performing machines.The Company maintained strong revenue for Cambodia slot operations. NagaWorld operations contributed $3.7 million in revenue and $256 in average WUD to the second quarter of 2013, consistent with the same period last year. Dreamworld Poipet provided incremental revenue, which was offset by a decline in Thansur Bokor operations. Cambodia average WUD declined for the second quarter of 2013 compared to the prior year period due to the addition of machines in Dreamworld Poipet, which officially opened in May 2013, and to a lesser extent, Thansur Bokor, which officially opened in May 2012.
|Net Revenue to EGT (in millions)||Q2:13||Q2:12||Y/Y ∆|
|WUD (2)||Q2:13||Q2:12||Y/Y ∆|
|EGM Seats in Operation||6/30/13||6/30/12||Y/Y ∆|