French casino operator Groupe Partouche has released its financial results for the three months to the end of October reportedly showing that it experienced a 6% increase year-on-year in overall revenues to $121.45 million.

According to a report from G3Newswire, Paris-based Groupe Partouche stated that its three-month gross gaming revenues rose by some 5.2% year-on-year to just over $204.22 million thanks to the ‘the great success of our recently-relocated casinos’ including the ‘outdoor’ Casino de La Ciotat just east of Marseille as well as the 3.14 Casino in Cannes.

Groupe Partouche operates over 40 casinos across France and revealed in September that it had seen a 0.8% boost year-on-year in overall revenues for the three months to the end of July to $115.8 million with gross gaming revenues for the term growing identically to hit $184.5 million.

G3Newswire reported that Groupe Partouche’s most recent three-month success was aided by it taking in some $10.06 million more year-on-year from traditional games while the operator purportedly declared that its hotel operations had been ‘strongly impacted’ by the temporary closure for redevelopment of its 3.14 Casino with quarterly turnover down by approximately $946,700.