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Century Casinos Inc (NASDAQ:CNTY)
Q1 2020 Earnings Call
May 20, 2020, 12:00 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Welcome to the Century Casinos Q1 2020 Earnings Conference call. This call will be recorded. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer session. I would like to introduce our host for today's call, Mr. Peter Hoetzinger. Mr. Hoetzinger, you may begin.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Thank you, Ron. Good morning everyone and thank you for joining our earnings call. With me on the call are my Co-CEO and the Chairman of Century Casinos, Erwin Haitzmann, as well as, our Chief Financial Officer, Margaret Stapleton. We hope all of you, your friends and families are safe and in good health during these challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As always, before we begin, we would like to remind you that we will be discussing forward-looking information which involves a number of risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from our forward-looking statements. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise the forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. We provide a detailed discussion of the various risk factors in our SEC filings and encourage you to review these filings. In addition, throughout our call, we'll refer to several non-GAAP financial measures including, but not limited to, adjusted EBITDA. Reconciliations of our non-GAAP performance and liquidity measures to the appropriate GAAP measures can be found in our earnings release and SEC filings available in the Investors section of our website at cnty.com.

I'll now provide an overview of the company's status quo in light of the current crisis and then briefly review the financial results for the first quarter 2020. Following the prepared remarks, there will be a question-and-answer session.

As with almost all casino companies, we closed our operations between March 14 and March 17 to comply with quarantines issued by governments to contain the spread of COVID-19. All of the closures are temporary, with the exception of the Casino in Bath, U.K. which remains permanently closed. In December of last year, we were in sale negotiations for the Bath Casino. However, in March, not surprisingly, the potential buyer terminated the negotiations. Due to the canceled sale and the negative outlook, we determined that the best course of action would be to voluntarily wind up the Bath Casino Company. We signed a voluntary liquidation resolution last week and with that, no more losses from Bath will impact our results.

In addition, after conservative analysis, it was determined that the goodwill and license value of some of our operations is impaired and $33 million have been written off in the quarter. During the closures, we have temporarily laid off and furloughed approximately 90% of our team members except for Poland where all employees will continue to be paid reduced salaries based on local employment laws. We recognize the impact that these furloughs has on our team members and we have tried to mitigate a little bit this impact by continuing to provide benefits coverage. We committed to paying benefits to all our U.S. and Canadian employees, inclusive of part-timers through the end of May. The remaining staff, including senior management, have taken pay cuts and officially working on budgets, negotiating with vendors, banks and lessors to manage the cash front, on HR issues and on securing and maintaining our properties and preparing them for reopening.

Our payroll is down significantly and many variable costs fell away while operations are closed. We have many other expenses like interest in our debt, rent and lease expenses for some of our properties. Real estate taxes, insurance, utility cost and other expenses continue to occur even while operations are closed. We are currently generating only very limited revenue from our properties and the net cash outflow during the time the operations are fully suspended is close to $8 million per month, that is including full debt service and rent payments. What can we do to lower that number further and preserve cash? We've recently been able to negotiate the deferral of rent for the land at Century Mile at Edmonton for the month of May, June and July. The deferral is up for one year and is interest-free. We've amended the master lease with VICI to raise the minimum capex requirements for 2020 and convert it for next year. That helps us with around $2 million. Other possible modifications of that master Lease like partial rent relief or rent deferrals are also topics for future discussions with VICI.

As you know, there are several Federal and State relief programs in place in the U.S. as well as in Canada. The specific rules are still evolving, but unfortunately we are pretty certain that at this stage, we will not qualify for any of these programs, either due to size, revenue levels, or existing leverage.

Our balance sheet has no near-term maturities and we are in full compliance with all our debt obligations as of March, 31 and also expect that to be the case for the second quarter. As of April 30, we had $50 million in cash. Again our monthly cash burn is close to $8 million, including debts and rent service. Our casinos, we need approximately $19 million to reopen operations and cover short-term cash needs at the properties.

Talking about reopening, two days ago on Monday, we announced the reopening of our casinos in Europe, in Poland. We opened all eight casinos on Monday morning. Visitation was good and the social distancing and health and safety requirements didn't seem to pose any real difficulties. Our guests were very understanding of the situation and very happy to be able to enjoy real gaming entertainment again after two months of closure. Before the closures, Poland contributed approximately 10% of our total consolidated EBITDA.

In West Virginia, the governor announced that effective May 14, horse racing may resume with no spectators allowed. Following this announcement, horses [Indecipherable] in the banned area and started training at our Mountaineer facility already. The first race is scheduled for May 31. We will hold three races per week, all without on-site visitors. This will be very good for pari-mutuel horse betting handle and will help lowering the cash burn at that property.

Our golf course in West Virginia is also open already and is busier than ever. According to the latest information available, we expect to be able to open the gaming floor at Mountaineer on Friday, June 5. In Missouri, we should be allowed to reopen our two casinos in a couple of weeks in early June based on information currently available. That will be very good news for us because Missouri is our most important market in terms of EBITDA generation. As for the reopening of our casinos in Colorado, we are currently anticipating early to-mid-June. And in Alberta, Canada, ADW Internet betting on horse races is generating some revenue already and we will also open the restaurants at some of our Canadian properties next week. That has already been approved and should generate not only S&P revenue, but also increase the betting action on horse races. Casino operations in Edmonton and Calgary will probably start sometime in the second half of June.

So, clearly, the timing and the official guidelines regarding the reopenings will differ by jurisdictions. And the various approaches and requirements laid out by the governments and regulators will likely include things like the use of infrared devices to check employee and guests for fever, reduced levels of gaming, restaurant and entertainment spaces, social distancing in slot machines, table games and the restaurants, the provision and use of gloves, face masks and hand sanitizers, continuous disinfection of high-touch surfaces at shorter intervals, limited restaurant opening hours or keeping restaurants office closed and other measures to account for varying levels of demand. We've been through all of that in our planning over the last weeks and we feel comfortable with these requirements. Most of our revenues stems from slot machines and it's actually relatively easy to deploy social distancing in the slot machine areas. Our slots, for us, are not very often at greater than 50% occupancy anyway, as we've always chosen to have enough slot machines.

Our achievements [Phonetic] in diversity and our locations in hyper local markets will play a role in our recovery, especially in the early stages where we can expect some pent-up demand. Moving into us being in the gaming industry for around 40 years and have operated casinos in the U.S. and internationally through a number of challenging times, including 9/11, growth combat in 2000 and the financial crisis 10 years ago. Each time, the casino industry has recovered and over time came back even stronger especially in the hyper local gaming markets where we play. All our casinos predominantly rely on very local and very loyal customer base. And as such, our operations should ramp up at a quicker rate than casinos at destination resorts. All our customers are locals in urban and suburban locations with the vast majority of our business coming from customers who live within 45 minutes from our facilities. Our casinos has negligible meeting and convention business and very few of our customers is aiming travel by air to reach with us.

In addition, we offer a comparatively inexpensive gaming experience, one that is often still affordable in economically difficult times. So, from everything we can see and from what industry consultants are forecasting, local gaming should ramp up considerably faster than destination gaming. The reopenings will probably be limited from an amenity perspective and we will probably see a more pure gamer that comes to the facilities, at least initially. On top of that, don't forget, most of our customers in the local markets are people who are not in the active workforce, people with pensions with fixed income plus, they also get the stimulus check from the government.

And finally, if the recent reopenings of casinos are any indication, for example, in South Dakota, Oklahoma in Indian country we have all reasons to be optimistic. I'm sure you all saw the reports that their opening weekend were about 15% to 20% higher than the typical weekend in spite of social distancing restrictions. Also, a couple of days ago, when Southland Casino, West Memphis opened, we got reports of a long line around the building.

In concluding my prepared remarks, here's a brief overview of our performance in Q1. Our results for the first quarter of 2020 really for us is a study in contrast. January and February were great months, really great months. Also March started very strong and we were on pace to generate approximately $105 million in revenue and $20 million in adjusted EBITDA for the quarter. Both would have been all-time records, significantly higher than our own forecast and higher than consensus estimates. Then came temporary closures in mid-March and we ended the quarter with $87.7 million in revenues and $9.6 million in adjusted EBITDA increases over last year's first quarter of 92% and 44%, respectively. The growth up until mid-March was substantial and it was broad based. Colorado's EBITDA was up 20%, Canada was up 19% and also the three new properties we acquired from Eldorado performed exceptionally well. Combined, the EBITDA was 25% higher compared to last year and the Eldorado ownership. We really look forward to ramping up to these kinds of results as soon as possible after reopening.

So on behalf of the Company's management and Board, I'd like to thank our team members, our guests and our stockholders for their continued loyalty and patience during this difficult times as we manage to properly position our businesses for the reopenings in the new normal. I thank you for your attention and we can now start the Q&A session. Operator, go ahead please.

Questions and Answers:

Operator

Ladies and gentlemen, at this time, we will conduct a question-and-answer session. [Operator Instructions] And your first question comes from the line of David Bain with Roth Capital.

David Bain -- ROTH Capital -- Analyst

Great, thank you, Peter, Erwin and Margaret. Hope you guys are well. As we reopen, are there some permanent or structural changes that you've identified that could allow for better flow-through or additional concepts that could carry more profitably generated revenue and can that carry forward to 2021? And if so, can you speak to the most significant differences as you open and target that?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Erwin, would you like to start that?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

All right. Hi, David.

David Bain -- ROTH Capital -- Analyst

Hi, Erwin.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

We haven't done any -- we have not done any structural changes apart from the fact that we used the time in Poland in our Mariott Casino, which is the busiest casino of all of Poland to completely revamp it, including redoing an air conditioner, which really needed it. And that was quite a job. So it kind of came in handy, if you want to say, and we used the time to completely redo that. And now well equipped for all temperatures that some might bring to give a pleasant experience to our guests. But other than that, we didn't do anything structural. However, we, like many other companies have once again rethought our strategies and we definitely, more than ever, will focus on the value players -- on the upper end of the players. And that in itself, probably, say, is a good thing given the fact that we will have capacity limitations in all likelihood in most of our casinos.

We, again, like others, will further push for digitization which should again bring some cost savings on the marketing side and, I guess, these are the main things that we have done from -- so far. Most of this is fluid and most of it we will have to play by ear and see how it develops. We are all ready to adapt quickly basically on a day-to-day basis depending on what the various jurisdictions will will ask from us, so that we're able to react quickly.

David Bain -- ROTH Capital -- Analyst

Got it, OK. And then as a follow-up, can you break down sort of the larger pieces of the $19.8 million reopening costs? Is some of that earmarked as cached capital? I mean, just -- if you can give us what the larger buckets are, that would be helpful. And then just assuming the reopenings are on schedule or on the schedule that you gave us in the prepared remarks, it sounds like cash in June should still be $22 million, $23 million as cash flow begins to generate again. Is that kind of a fair estimate?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Margaret, please?

Margaret Stapleton -- Chief Financial Officer

Yes. So, David, that $19.8 million is mostly cached cash and then some -- just some operating cash just based on the way cash flows for paying gaming taxes and things like that. And, yes, you're correct, we should be in the $22 million, $23 million range.

David Bain -- ROTH Capital -- Analyst

Okay, great. Thanks so much and congrats on the January, February results, particularly with the acquisitions. Thanks so much.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Okay.

Operator

And we do have another question. The next question comes from the line of Chad Beynon from Macquarie. Please state your question.

Chad Beynon -- Macquarie -- Analyst

Good morning, thanks for taking my questions. Good to hear that you're well. Firstly on a normalized level of revenues to reach breakeven EBITDA, understanding that your properties have different cost structures and tax rates, is there kind of a range of what you need to get to, to get these properties to breakeven once they're open? Thanks.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

On a property -- our property basis, that level is about 35% of pre COVID-19 revenues.

Chad Beynon -- Macquarie -- Analyst

Okay, perfect. Thank you. And then just back on the liquidity situation. So, can you just kind of help us get comfortable with the cushion that you have here? If it's $20 million of cached cash, you're at $50 million at the end of April. That just leaves you a couple of months. Did you or are you exploring other sources of liquidity to maybe give you a little bit more cushion or are you just comfortable with, I guess, the timeline of openings and cash flow that you're projecting in the near term? Thank you.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

We -- yeah, we have plans in the upper draws, so to say. We have proposals, term sheets on the table for additional credit lines. We are also in ongoing discussions with VICI about other things that they can do to help us other than the capex requirement. And -- but we are, of course, also are seeing that the capital markets are open, should we want to do anything. And we also -- as you know, we also own 100% free and clear, many of our properties in Colorado, for example, also in Canada. So we could, if we wanted to do something with that real estate as well.

Chad Beynon -- Macquarie -- Analyst

Okay, makes sense. Thanks, Peter. Best of luck.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Thank you.

Operator

And our next question comes from the line of Brad Boyer from Stifel. Please state your questions.

Brad Boyer -- Stifel -- Analyst

Yeah, thanks for taking the questions, guys. First, was just around the monthly cash outflow number of $8 million. Could you tell us how much of that is just pure opex relative to everything else?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Do you have that, Peggy?

Margaret Stapleton -- Chief Financial Officer

Brad, it's a little bit difficult to just come up with pure opex in this situation. We're dealing with paying -- the cash flow is mostly related to loan repayments and VICI and insurance payments, things like that.

Brad Boyer -- Stifel -- Analyst

Okay.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Yes, so, Brad, VICI and the interest and principal on the Macquarie loan, those two together is about $3.5 million already.

Brad Boyer -- Stifel -- Analyst

Okay, that's helpful. And then just second question is around capex. I assume you guys are embedding some incremental roll-back there in light of what we're -- how are you thinking about kind of capex for the remainder of the year at this point?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Just really is a minimum, Erwin. Yes? Would you like to comment?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, it's a little [Indecipherable] necessary.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

We've redone our casinos in Girardeau are in great shape, as you know and just in the fourth quarter, we've opened an expansion at Century Downs. So, yeah, we have -- so we've cut it back to the minimum and we don't have any things that are really necessary right now.

Brad Boyer -- Stifel -- Analyst

Okay. And then I realize it's a very, very short window. But could you provide any additional color around what you've seen in Poland thus far? And I think more importantly, have you seen any bifurcation in customer behavior with regard to slots relative to tables? Any color there would be helpful. Thanks.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Absolutely. Peter, it's fine if I respond to the question?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Please.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Now, first of all, we opened in the night from Sunday to Monday because at midnight from Sunday to Monday we were allowed to open and three minutes after opening across the eight casinos in Poland, we had already 100 [Phonetic] guests in there although that's quite an unusual time of the day, I would say. And the results for the first day is obviously, this is very early on, have been produced against the backdrop of us not being able to market it all. You know, we have a strong marketing restrictions in Poland. So it's really word of mouth that was going there. And -- but I think I could say everything looks very good. We are not far away from -- after two days already, we're not far away from a cash flow breakeven. And from the customers, which is -- how do your customers feel, how do the employees feel. I think the employees are all used to wearing the mask, and wearing the gloves if they have to, or masks or shields they can wear. And the customers only have to wear their masks. But again everybody is used to that by now, because it's not, obviously, not only the casinos where you have to wear the masks.

And with regard to the favors in slot. There is not too much of a shift, because as you may remember, due to the Polish gaming law, we can only have a maximum of 70 slot machines per casino license. So these slots that we have has been very well placed, they were already at 60% of playoff pre- COVID times in the first two nights and the tables are ramping up a little slower because of the seat reduction that we're having. But overall, the assessment of us and of our management there is very positive. They're really excited about the business that we could see in the first days.

Brad Boyer -- Stifel -- Analyst

Perfect, thanks for all the color, guys and good luck on getting things back on line here.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Thanks, Brad.

Operator

And we do have more questions. Our next question comes from John DeCree from Union Gaming. Please state your question.

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Hi, everyone. two questions. One, I wanted to ask a little bit more about the $8 million cash need per month and probably getting a little granular but with Poland reopened and some racing in Canada and West Virginia, should we think about the actual cash net outflow going forward from here being something less than $8 million, now that there is a little bit of revenue back in the system?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

We should but can you quantify that, Peggy?

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Probably too early, right? [Indecipherable] the $8 million if everything was still closed?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Yes, yes.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Yes.

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Oh, OK, OK, that's helpful. And then...

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

But we think -- OK.

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Go ahead, Erwin, I'm sorry.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

No, I just wanted to say basically Poland we think is the [Indecipherable] carrying it already probably in a week from now and the next months kicking in, we'll see how they will come along.

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Good, very good. Okay. In Canada, with the volatility and kind of sharp drop in oil prices, has that or do you expect that to have any impact on your business when it reopens? And then any comments you can provide on the kind of continued ramp of your new property in Edmonton would be helpful.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

In Alberta, we also have a lot of business from retired people. So they are not affected by the oil situation and also don't forget the recent decision on the expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline that, up there, everybody's enthusiastic about it and it should lead to a very strong recovery. On top of that, now after the recent reduction in the provinces' corporate tax rate, Alberta has the lowest corporate tax rate of all provinces in Canada, 8%. So they are doing a lots of things to stimulate the economy and we actually -- we see pretty encouraging signs. In terms of ramping up of Century Mile, back to Erwin, please.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

It's just a little too early to say. You know, it would be speculation. We have to open and see how it's going. The property is in perfect shape, everything's fine or the ancillaries are there, once we can start the racing again. We are ready, but I would not speculate at this point in time about how quickly we can ramp.

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

For January and February at Century Mile, have you seen kind of continued growth or margin improvement over the fourth quarter before COVID at Century Mile?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

We have, but it's been pretty cold there so those two months certainly have been weather -- impacted by weather and again, it's not really representative of what we see over the whole year.

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Got it. Fair enough. Thank you, everybody.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, John.

Operator

And we do have more questions. The next question comes from the line of Hana Wilmart [Phonetic] from Centennial Research. Please proceed to state your question.

Hana Wilmart -- Centennial Research -- Analyst

Hi, thanks for taking my question. I was just wondering if you guys see any opportunities to make acquisitions coming out of the current COVID environment.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

We see it a little bit but it's surely not our main focus right now. Yeah. It's too early, and while we are -- I think things are being brought to us, so we are aware of what's happening out there. We see some opportunities, but right now it's definitely not our main focus.

Hana Wilmart -- Centennial Research -- Analyst

Okay. And just a follow-up on that is, is there any sort of environment when you'll feel comfortable starting to look more into those opportunities?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

I think after the summer. After the summer, we -- if we are in good shape as we believe we will be with the reopenings occurring throughout the month of June, that would be a very busy time for us any day.

Hana Wilmart -- Centennial Research -- Analyst

Great, thanks so much for the information.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

We do have another question on line. This comes from the line of Alex Silverman from AWM Investments. Please state your question.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

Hi, there. You are -- are there any states or provinces that are talking about temporarily reducing gaming taxes in order to help the casinos?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Erwin, do you have any ideas on that?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, there is discussion about it in Colorado and conversely, there is also in Alberta, in short, in Alberta there is also a discussion about it.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

I'm sorry, Colorado and where?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Alberta, Canada.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

And Alberta. Got it.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Yeah.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

Second question, you said getting casinos back to 35% of pre-COVID revenue on a property level would be breakeven. I assume that's property level breakeven. And then on top of that there is the corporate expense?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

That's right, yes. And I said 35%.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

35%?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Yes. And that's on a property level.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

Got it. And then last question, I know that different states are discussing requirements in terms of social distancing and such. At your peak, whatever Friday or Saturday night, what kind of utilization do you typically have for your slots at your different facilities?

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Erwin?

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

I would say between, depending on their circumstances, between 45% and 60%. [Speech Overlap] Yeah. Go ahead.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

No. Please go ahead. No, please.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

I wanted to say that has to do with our policies that we always try to make sure that we have enough product available on the floor so that our customers always can choose and are not forced to play machine just because it's free, although it's not the one they really would like to play.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

So if a peak level is 45% to 60%, requiring that you only have 50% of your machines operating in order to separate people shouldn't be that big of a stretch for you guys.

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

That's very correct. Exactly, that's how we see it as well.

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

Okay, that's all I got. Thank you.

Operator

At this time there are no other -- there are no further questions. I will now turn it back over to our host.

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Thank you and thanks everybody for your interest in Century Casinos and your participation in the call. For a recording of the call, please visit the Financial Results section of our website at cnty.com. You have our best wishes for good health. Thanks again, and goodbye.

Operator

[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 33 minutes

Call participants:

Peter Hoetzinger -- Vice Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President

Erwin Haitzmann -- Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer

Margaret Stapleton -- Chief Financial Officer

David Bain -- ROTH Capital -- Analyst

Chad Beynon -- Macquarie -- Analyst

Brad Boyer -- Stifel -- Analyst

John DeCree -- Union Gaming -- Analyst

Hana Wilmart -- Centennial Research -- Analyst

Alex Silverman -- AWM Investments -- Analyst

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