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Today Spain's gaming regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) revealed that the third quarter financials for the country's online gaming sector were up from last year and the last quarter respectively.
The industry brought in €140.5 million, up 37.3% from last year and 16.6% from last year. The country also reported that slots brought in €22.3 million, which accumulated for 50.9% of casino revenue. Live roulette was the second largest, with €9.1 million. Casino revenue as a whole was €43.9 million, up 54.2% from last year.
Sportsbetting revenues were up 37% to €77 million. Poker revenue was also up, bucking trends of other countries, as the country brought in €14.7 million, up 6.8%. Bingo numbers were also up to €2.9 million, up 30.5%.