Land-based resurgence helps Danish GGR grow in September

| By Nosa Omoigui
Danish regulator Spillemyndigheden has recorded revenue figures of DKK565m (€76.0m/$88.2m/£64.0m) for September, representing a 19.5% increase on the same time last year.
Denmark sets land based casino revenue record for October

Revenue was also up 14.4% month-on-month.

Betting revenue was DKK214m for September – a 26.2% increase on the same time last year.

The figure is also an increase on the DKK128m recorded last month, taking the total for the year to date to DKK1.82bn.

Online casino revenue for the month was DKK207m. While this is up from the DKK170m recorded in 2020, it is also a 6.3% decrease from August’s total.

Slot machine revenue slightly increased from 2020, rising DKK1m to DKK109m. The revenue for slot machines is starting to return to the stable level it was experiencing prior to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Research carried out by Spillemyndigheden showed that slot machine activity tended to spike when players get paid.

Land-based casino revenue in Denmark was DKK35m for September. In addition to being a 34.6% increase on the same time last year, the figure is also the highest recorded since March 2018.

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