Spanish gaming regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) revealed the country's online ambling numbers in the second quarter of 2017, with revenues reaching €121.3 million.
Key financials for the country during the second quarter of 2017 were:
- Revenues of € 121.3 million, up 22.6% higher than last year
- Sports betting revenues up 12.3% to €60.1 million, based heavily on the Euro 2016 tournament
- Live betting made up 68.5% of revenues
- Online casino revenues of €42.9 million, up 52.5%
- Slot revenues up 84% to €21.5 million
- Live roulette numbers up 66% to €9.5 million
- RNG Roulette up 11.5% to €6.8 million
- Blackjack numbers up 10.2% to €5 million
- Online poker numbers up 5% to €14.4 million
Users were up in the period as well, with more than 646,000 active players betting online.
Spain's online gaming industry is somewhat new, offering players in the country a legal option to play at third party gaming sites. Legal sites in the country need to obtain a gaming license and follow regulations in order to maintain complaince with DGOJ.