Danish regulator Spillemyndigheden acknowledged that the country’s casinos contributed to a resurgence in Danish gambling income, which reached DKK538 million (€72.3 million) in February, up 22.6 percent year on year.
With casinos reopening, slots produced DKK109 million and table games DKK31 million. Online casino sales dipped 2% to DKK214 million, while online sports betting revenues dropped 17% to DKK184 million.
In 2021, the GGR of both gambling machines and land-based casinos fell by 23.8 percent and 8.5 percent, respectively, as compared to 2020. It’s mainly because of the Covid-19 measures’ lockdowns, which hit both gaming industries in 2021 and lasted longer than they did in 2020.
In 2021, however, the GGR for betting increased by DKK 76 year over year. It should be highlighted that sports events in 2021 have not been canceled or postponed as a result of Covid-19, which had a significant impact on 2020. From 2020 to 2021, the GGR for internet casinos climbed by DKK 284 million, or 11.2 percent. For the four gaming industries as a whole,
From 2020 to 2021, the GGR grew by DKK 101 million. This is a 1.6 percent gain.
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