The regulator revealed that it started the year with a backlog of more than 100 cases which may involve possible sanctions, while 68 were added during the year.
However, it opted not to issue any sanctions for 67 of these backlog cases, either because of the time when they occurred or because no violation of gambling laws could be found.
The regulator did issue a total of 55 sanctions relating to 23 different cases, issuing fines totalling €59,958.
The regulator also revealed that the total number of active licensees in the country at the end of 2020 was 15,997, up from 15,607 in 2019.
A total of 4,549 new self-exclusion requests were processed, while 2,198 self-exclusions were lifted bringing the total number of self-excluded players to 37,741. A further 72 players were excluded following requests from others, bringing that total to 706.
The report also showed the total GGR in the market for 2019. Gross gaming revenue for casino games was up 16.1% to €326.5m. Of this total, €205.1m came from the online sector and €121.4m from land-based.
GGR from the land-based sector was spread across the country’s nine casinos, with the Brusselles location bringing in the most at €47.3m, followed by Namur at €17.5m.
Online, however, it was the Spa casino that brought in the most, at €50.1m, with Blankenberge second at €39.1m.
For slots, revenue came to €297.3m, with €124.9m online and €163.2m at land-based gaming halls.
In sports betting, meanwhile, online revenue was €135.9m and retail was €206.8m.
The year also saw Belgium introduce a mandatory weekly deposit limit of €500 (£442/$543) for players on all licensed websites in the country. The limits were introduced by a Royal Decree passed in October 2018, and were originally scheduled to enter into force early in 2019.