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Spillemyndigheden reveals 3.4% decrease in Danish May GGR



Spillemyndigheden reveals 3.4% decrease in Danish May GGR

Land-based casinos and online casinos experienced GGR growth during the month. 

The Danish Gambling Authority, Spillemyndigheden, has published gambling results in Denmark for May 2024. 

Gross gaming revenue (GGR) reached DKK 571m ($81.94m) during the month of May, though this represented a decrease of 3.4% year-on-year, with online casino dominating the figure at DKK 278m. 

Looking at some of the other segments, betting was the next-largest figure at DKK 164m, though this was a drop-off of 21.5%, while gaming machines followed at DKK 96m, a decrease from the DKK 98m it recorded in the same period last year. 

While land-based casinos only made 5.35% of the total GGR in gaming, its figure of DKK 32m was a slight increase of 3.2% compared to May 2023. 

Looking closer at online casino, gaming machines made up the majority of the total DKK 278m at 76.76%, while blackjack at 6.88% and roulette 6.19% were the next highest amounts. 

As for the distribution of stakes on sales channels for betting, unsurprisingly mobile made up the majority at 64.01%, with computer next at 26.40%, followed by land-based at 9.59%. 

Value of stakes by day of the week saw Sunday with the highest percentage at 17.79%, followed closely by Saturday at 16.58%. 

In other results-based news this week, Groupe Partouche has released its financial figures for H1 FY2024, showing a 2.3% rise in its turnover and 1.7% increase in its GGR.

However, the group’s EBITDA and total net income experienced drop-offs compared to the same period last year. 

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