Swedish monopoly operator Svenska Spel has recorded a marginal increase in net gaming revenue to SEK2,164m for the second quarter of 2015, but continued to express concern over the Swedish market’s “uncontrolled” development.

The operator said that during Q1, its share of the Swedish market had dropped to just 42 per cent, down from a 46 per cent share in the corresponding period last year.

According to Svenska Spel, the regulated market grew by just 3 per cent during that period, while revenue from unlicensed foreign gaming operators grew by 25 per cent.

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