Denmark Launches New Self-Exclusion System

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This week Danish gaming regulator Spillemyndigheden announced the launch of their new Register of Voluntarily Excluded Players (Rofus), which will allow players to easily self-exclude from casinos and online betting in the country.

The system was redesigned to make it easier for Danish players to self-exclude, and is now easier to navigate. The new integration shut the service down for a short period of time on December 5th, but the new service quickly came online and is running in a stable state.

Denmark has been operating its Rofus self-exclusion service since 2012, and has registered over 30,000 people since its inception.

Spillemyndigheden has indicated that the 20-29 age bracket had the largest percentage of registrations in the most recent reporting period, making up 30% of total registrations. The 30-39 age bracket was next at 28%.

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