This week Denmark's gaming regulator Spillemyndigheden published the country's October 2021 financial results for betting, noting that revenue dipped 25.6% to DKK525 million for the period.
The country's land casino revenue came in at DKK38 million, an all-time record for the vertical and up from DKK32 million last year. Sportsbetting was down significantly though, dropping 56.9% to DKK131 million.
Online casino revenue was steady, dropping to DKK241 million from DKK242 million last year. For the year, online revenues have brought in €4.82 billion, up 8.7% from last year.
Slot machine arcade revenues was DKK115 million, a 10.2% decrease from last year, but still the highest total recorded for the year.
For the year, slot revenues in Denmark are at DKK1.6 billion, down 28.6% from 2020. This is largely attributed to casinos being closed for the first three months of 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.