Overall gross gaming revenue (GGR) dropped 8.8% to €114.1m from Q2, but casino gaming revenue reached new highs of €64.8m.
Sports betting revenue took a hit in Q3, falling 27.0% to €49.3m.
iGaming proved to be more popular than sports betting for the first time this year, accounting for 57.0% of overall GGR.
Football continued to be the most popular sport to bet on by a considerable distance, making up 82.1% of sports betting turnover. Tennis followed with 13.3%, while 4.6% of turnover was derived from other sports.
For igaming slots continued to dominate, accounting for 77.6% of igaming turnover. 9.8% came from French roulette, and blackjack was responsible for 5.2% of turnover.
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All data and figures are processed by Ficom Leisure following the the official release of the figures by Portuguese regulator the Serviço de Regulação e Inspeção de Jogos (SRIJ). Ficom Leisure is a leading European corporate advisory firm specialising in all segments of the betting and gaming sector.
Ficom Leisure provides monthly figures on the New Jersey online market in the New Jersey iGaming Dashboard and Pennsylvania in the Pennsylvania iGaming Dashboard, available on iGB North America. It also provides quarterly figures on the Spanish online market in the Spain iGaming Dashboard, as well as monthly figures on the Italian market in the Italy iGaming Dashboard.