Denmark's regulated online gaming market generated total gross gaming revenue of DKK2,375m (€318.3m) in 2013, following a record performance in the final quarter of the year.

According to data published by the Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden), total gross gaming revenue (GGR) from online gaming operations increased by 8 per cent to DKK640m compared to the previous year, the best quarterly performance since the re-regulation of the Danish market in January 2012.

Both sports betting and casino reported their highest GGR during Q4, despite a decline from online poker.

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