Queensland Gaming Data
Queensland Gaming Data
June 2021 Gaming
– This month’s figures have been compared with June 2019 and 2018 due to the shutdown last year.
South East Queensland, Townsville, Magnetic Island and Palm Island lockdown:
– Data for June uses 30 trading days despite the short lockdown across South East Queensland, Townsville (including Magnetic Island), and Palm Island LGAs, from 6 pm on June 29th until 6 pm on July 2rd, and until 6 pm on July 3rd for Brisbane and Moreton Bay regions.
– LGA’s affected by the lockdown are Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Logan, Noosa, Redlands, Scenic Rim, Somerset, Sunshine Coast, Townsville (including Magnetic Island) and Palm Island.
June 2021 ($216.5M) showed an 11.2% growth in the metered win in comparison to 2019 ($194.7M). June’s results are, however, down by 5.3% in comparison to last month’s figures. ADR for Queensland is $179.
Rockhampton LGA has taken the lead with the LGAs on the two-year comparison, with a 31.7% increase on June 2019. Bundaberg LGA, which led last month’s growth, comes second this month, with a 20.3% increase on June 2019, followed by Mackay LGA at 19.5%.
The three-year comparison, on the other hand, also shows Rockhampton LGA leading at a 35.1% growth, with Mackay LGA coming in second at 23.4% followed by Toowoomba LGA at 20.4%.
The three LGAs with the highest ADR are Logan at $239, followed by Brisbane ($197), and Mount Isa and Rockhampton, both at $196. Eight of the 15 LGA areas are above the reported Queensland ADR of $179.
Queensland Remainder’s ADR in June is considerably below Queensland’s ADR, at $163. SEQB, on the other hand, reports an ADR of $189, which is 5.6% higher than Queensland as a whole, for the month of June.
Looking at SA4s, Darling Downs – Maranoa leads the growth by 23.9% when compared with June 2019. Mackay – Isaac – Whitsunday, in second, has grown by 21.3%, followed by Cairns at 20.7%.
MAY 2021 CLUBS AND HOTELS ANALYSIS
This month’s market share has seen a further increase towards Hotels, now at 56.8%, up by 0.9% compared to 55.9% in May 2021. Clubs’ market share this month is at 43.2%, at its lowest in 2021.
Year on year movement of the metered win by Clubs and Hotels across Queensland show Pubs marginally stronger year-on-year growth than clubs, in June. Pubs hadn’t led since October 2020.
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