Denmark's Gaming Industry Grows 6.1% in Second Quarter

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Numbers have been released this week that show that Denmark's gambling industry grew in terms of revenues during the second quarter of 2019, showing that online revenues were up 18% during the period.

Key financial indicators for the second quarter ending June 30th, 2019 were:

  • Total gaming revenue of DKK 1.73 billion
  • Online betting revenues up 18% to SKK 634 million
  • 71.9% of online revenues coming from slots, 11.6% from roulette, and 8.6% from blackjack
  • Sportsbetting revenues down DKK 13 million to DKK 635 million, due to the FIFA World Cup occurring last year
  • Land slot revenue up to DKK 363 million
  • Land casino revenue up 6.5$ to DKK 98 million
  • Mobile revenue make up 50.27% of total revenue for the quarter
  • Land operations made up of 33.4% of all revenues
  • Desktop online revenues made up 16.35% of all revenues

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3 September 2019 - 6:09pm

The numbers say it all really...obviously market in Denmark is on the rise and would be curious whether that would continue in the third quarter as well.