The Danish regulated gambling market has seen first quarter gross gaming revenue (GGR) decline by 1 per cent year-on-year to DKK1,395m (€187.6m), with the decline impacting all segments of the market except online casino.

Excluding results from licensed lotteries and betting on horse racing, the Danish market was down 2 per cent versus the previous quarter, with betting representing 37 per cent of total GGR during the period.

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