Kindred Group Expecting Higher Profits


Representatives with the Kindred Group made a formal announcement regarding their revenue streams in the 1st quarter of this fiscal year. It was confirmed that an expected rise in profits is coming, even with the COVID-19 pandemic. This will be because an influx of bettors staying home with the implemented self-isolation measures being seen worldwide. Players with the Kindred Group can anticipate consistent payouts during this pandemic, with this corporation having an influx of reserve funds to support their overall community.

When accounting for the profit margins between January 1st and March 31st, Kindred Group Representatives notified that £253 Million would be earned. Profits will have increased by $24 Million in comparison to the first quarter in 2019. They place these significant wagers down to the extended volume of sports betting before cancellations in March. Continued bets have followed with their additional gambling products, which are casino-related. These products have seen increased activity of 12% It should be mentioned that the Kindred Group is still desperate for sporting associations to resume their seasons, it’s where the majority of their profits are earned.

Gross Volumes During Cancellations

The Kindred Group’s daily player activity since sporting events were cancelled have fallen by 10%. This is represented from March 16th to 31st. There’s a significant chance that they’ll see lower profits throughout the second quarter in 2020. Employees working for the Kindred Group have remained home for self-isolation measures, with their business operations being deemed non-essential. It’s created a significant level of uncertainty amongst their executives, which inevitably cause delays when sporting events are resumed. The Kindred Group isn’t exclusive to these adverse effects, with many betting firms worldwide facing similar declines in revenue.

The Chief Executive Officer with Kindred Group mentioned that their expecting a more significant impact on business operations because of COVID-19. Though Henrik stated that they’re remaining positive that their brand will continue operating after the pandemic. There’s always the potential that new customers will be acquired during this period, potentially saving Kindred in the long run. We’ll provide our readers with any updates regarding the Kindred Groups operations throughout 2020.