Sportradar reported a 30% rise in revenue from €561.2m (£490.1m/$591.2m) in 2021 to €730.2m in its full-year 2022 financial report, driven by 78% growth in the US, as well as 26% growth from its international operations.
The company’s reported revenue beat its annual projected outlook range of €718m to €723m. US revenue stood at €127m for the year, as opposed to the €71.7m the business reported in 2021. This compares with the 25.8% rise in its international betting segment which grew from €309.4m to €389.1m from 2021 to 2022.
From this revenue, the business announced adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of €125.8m, a 23% increase from the €102.0m the company achieved in 2021.
The business hailed the strong results across all its key performance metrics. CEO Carsten Koerl said he was “very pleased” with the company’s results, driven by what he described as “exceptional execution”.
“We saw excellent performance across all of our key perfo..