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- Spain’s online gambling market stumbles out of the gate in 2017
May 11, 2017
Spain’s regulated online gambling market saw revenue jump by one-fifth in the first quarter of 2017, despite reduced marketing activity by locally licensed operators. Figures released this week by Spanish gaming regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) show total online revenue of €122.7m in the three months ending...
- Spain’s Online Gambling Market Posts 26% Increase in Annual Revenue
February 17, 2016
According to Spanish online gambling regulators Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), 2015 full year gross gaming revenue results results were up 26% with sports betting handle leading the way. The Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), Spain’s regulated online gambling market, released their full-year 2015 report with...
- 12 new operators apply for Spanish online gambling licenses; Codere names new COO
December 11, 2014
Spanish gambling regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) has announced that 12 online gambling operators applied for new licenses before the country’s new license tender closed on December 9, 2014. The DGOJ didn’t divulge the names of the applicants, but it did say that a total of nine...
- Spain eyes Latin American poker liquidity; Ladbrokes’ Sportium gets launch date
September 21, 2013
UK betting operator Ladbrokes has set a date for the launch of its revamped Spanish-facing Sportium brand. eGaming Review reported that the online sportsbetting and casino offering will make its debut on Oct. 1, although a Lads rep declined to confirm. A joint venture of Lads and Spanish operator Cirsa,...
- Spanish online market contracts, ‘huge’ fines promised for unlicensed operators
September 11, 2013
Spain’s fledgling online gambling market struggled in the second quarter of 2013, underscoring what the Spanish gambling regulator described as the continuing “reduction/stagnation” of the country’s online action. Given that Spain’s online gambling market launched in June 2012, there are no comparable year-on-year figures from which to draw conclusions and...
- Spanish gamblers cut spending but unlicensed online sites remain popular
July 9, 2013
A university study says Spanish gamblers cut back their spending in 2012 due to the country’s economic woes but more Spaniards are gambling online than official figures claim. Researchers at the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid's (UC3M) Instituto de Politica y Governanza said gambling’s share of Spanish leisure expenditures fell...