Sweden's gaming regulator Spelinspektionen has announced that the country's gambling industry grew in the third quarter, with revenues jumping 4.7% to SEK6.3 billion.
The numbers are an improvement from last year, but were down 3% from SEK6.5 billion in the second quarter. Commercial betting revenues were up 5.4% to SEK3.91 billion. Lottery and land-based slots were down 5.7% to SEK1.39 billion. Charitable lottery revenues jumped 4.2% to SEK803 billion.
Casino Cosmopol's land location reached SEK132 million. Charity bingo games were down 2% to SEK46 million, while restaurant casino was down 47% to SEK47 million.
The regulator said that there were 65,500 self-excluded gamblers in the country and that there were 95 operators active during the quarter.