This week Denmark's gaming regulator Spillemyndigheden revealed that gaming revenues in the country jumped 19.5% in September to DKK565 million.
The numbers also showed that betting revenues as a whole came in at DKK214 million last month, up 26.2% from the same period last year. For the year, total gaming numbers hit DKK1.82 billion, with three months left to tally.
Online revenues were DKK207 million, up from DKK170 million last year, but down 6.3% from August. Slot revenues were up to DKK109 million, and land casino revenue for the month was DKK35 million, up 34.6% from the year prior and stood as the highest total since March 2018.
No comment from the regulator was available as of press time.