Sweden’s state-controlled gaming operator Svenska Spel said Monday that it remains hopeful of being granted a licence to offer a broader range of games in order to remain competitive, as net gaming revenues for the year ended December 31st 2010 fell for the second consecutive year, down 2.8 per cent to SEK9.62bn.

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