Denmark GGR Drops in August

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Danish gambling numbers dropped a bit in August, as revenues came in at DKK494 million, down 1.2% from the year prior, but down a whopping 18.2% from the month prior.

Sports gross gaming revenues were down from DKK235 million in July to DKK128 million, down 45%. From the year prior the numbers were down 26%, when GGR was DKK173 million.

Online casino numbers were down 3.4% from July to DKK221 million, but up 87.2% from the same period last year. Slot machine revenues came in at DKK112 million, up 2.7% from July and up 1.8% from last year.

Land casino revenues were DKK33 million, up 6.4% from the month prior and up 13.7% from the year prior.

The country's gaming revenues were reported by Spillemyndigheden, the country's gaming regulator. They revealed that first-half revenues for the year had jumped 6.4% to DKK2.8 billion.

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