Sweden’s Q1 revenue up 7% despite rise in self-exclusion numbers

Operators’ combined revenue hits SEK3.7bn (£307m) but estimates suggest SEK715m (£59.5m) in revenue was lost to unlicensed sites

Sweden’s online regulated operators reported a combined revenue of SEK3.66bn (£307m) for Q1 2020, an increase of 7% on the previous year, according to the latest data released by the Swedish Gambling Authority. Meanwhile, the regulator recorded a 5% increase in self-excluded players across both online and land-based gaming on the previous quarter. In Q1…

Casino | Data | Q1 2020 | Sports betting | Sweden | Swedish Gambling Authority