UK gambling revenues continue to plummet
Recent information from the UK Gambling Commission suggests that most of the regulated gambling industry verticals are experiencing financial declines. indicators. Thus, in August, data from 80% of the market showed a continued decline in the gross indicators of the gambling sector.
Revenues from games in land-based casinos brought in 59.5 million pounds, demonstrating a fall of 9.9%. Poker made £8.3m in August, down 7.5% from July and down 58.4% from April, when the industry experienced a short-lived surge. It is worth noting that the profitability of games in slots showed a slight monthly increase in revenue - by 0.8% (up to 164.1 million pounds).
In August, the number of active players also decreased across all online verticals. The indicator of betting shops customers fell by 9.7% (to 3.8 million people), and the total number of slot machine hall customers decreased by 2.1% (to 2.4 million).
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