A fall in gross gaming revenues across a range of products, most notably sports betting and poker, has seen gross gaming revenues in the Spanish online gaming market fall 10 per cent from the first quarter of the year, according to the country’s regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ).

Gross gaming revenues (GGR) for the quarter amounted to €55.4m, down from €61.3m in the previous quarter, with no comparable year-on-year figures available following the opening of the market in June 2012.

This was driven predominantly by double-digit decline across a number of key products such as sports betting, which accounted for almost half of the market’s total GGR (48 per cent).

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