Total estimated gaming market have increased by 5 percent during the first three quarters of the year. Operators with the Swedish state (regulated) increased its sales by 3 per cent during this period compared with the same period last year. Total of these had sales of just over sek 12 billion, after paid-out winnings. Players without Swedish state continues to take market share and is estimated to have increased its turnover by 16 per cent, which would correspond to approximately sek 3.5 billion.
Games had a turnover of approximately 6.5 billion which is as much as during the same period last year.
ATG:p net sales increased by 5 percent and amounted to sek 2.9 billion.
Swedish Postkodföreningen increased by 8 percent and sales of about sek 1.7 billion.
company folkspel, with Summer and Sverigelotten, had a turnover of 358 million which means an increase of 5 percent.
IOGT-NTO which among other things has Miljonlotteriet, had a turnover of sek 220 million, a decrease of 3%.
SAP/SSU, which among other things has Kombilotteriet, had a turnover of 165 million which is an increase of 21 per cent.
Other rikslotterier had a turnover of sek 148 million which is an increase of 27 percent.
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About the index
the gaming board to inform the public and the government about developments in the gaming market in Sweden and abroad. This means, among other things, that we regularly compiles statistics on the gaming market.
For the regulated operators, based omsättningssiffrorna on the information from the respective player. For operators without a permit in Sweden retrieves sales figures from H2 Gambling Capital and Nonetheless, the business environment. Net sales refers to after prizes paid (net sales) and a comparison with the same period of the previous year, and has in many cases been rounded off. Sales are missing for some of the less rikslotterierna, land-based bingo, restaurangkasinon as well as local and regional lotteries.
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