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Denmark’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) for June totalled at DKK513.0m (£59.1m/€68.8m), up by 1.1% year-on-year.
However this was down by 13.0% from May 2023.
Of the total GGR, online casino accounted for DKK238.0m, a rise of 8.1% from June 2022. This was also a 5.5% decrease from May. Denmark’s gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden noted that 20.6% of the total bets for the month were placed on a Friday.
Sports betting generated DKK154.0m in GGR. This was a decline of 1.9% monthly but down even more significantly from May, when GGR was DKK209.0m.
In terms of slots, GGR was DKK91.0m for the month, a fall of 7.1% from May and also down by 9.0% from June 2022.
For land-based casinos, GGR hit DKK30.0m for June. This was a slight downturn from DKK31.0m in May, but level with DKK30.0m generated in June 2022. The daily average GGR for land-based play during the month was DKK151,889.
Levelling up match fixing prevention efforts
Spillemyndigheden also announced partnerships with three sports integrity organisations to improve its match-fixing prevention monitoring.
The organisations are Sportradar Integrity Service, United Lotteries for Integrity in Sport and the International Betting Integrity Association.
The partnerships will see Spillemyndigheden receive alerts from all three companies if they suspect occurrences of match-fixing in events held in Denmark.
“We are very happy about the three cooperation agreements,” said Anders Dorph, director of Spillemyndigheden. “It will significantly strengthen our efforts against match-fixing that we now receive the alerts directly.
“Combined with the large amounts of data we ourselves have, in the long run it can make our work even more efficient. We will be able to react very quickly and help stop behaviour that threatens the integrity of the sport.”
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