Denmark’s gambling market saw a marginal increase in revenue in its full year results for 2013, with  contributions from the country’s regulated iGaming market growing over the course of the year.

Total gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the market grew 1 per cent to DKK7,600m (€1.02bn) in 2013, with the rise attributed largely to an 0.8 per cent in consumer prices, according to the country’s regulator the Danish Gambling Authority (DGA).

The DGA described gambling spend as being “at a moderate level” with average spend for citizens over the age of 18 remaining consistent at DKK1,700.

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