According to the report of the Italian state regulatory body - ADM, in March 2021, the profit received by online gambling increased by more than 80 percent, compared to the same period last year. Although it is ten percent lower than in February.
As can be seen from the data of Agenzia delle dogane e dei Monopoli, the total revenue of the online gambling industry has stepped over the figure of 315 million euros. Note that this amount did not reach the record set in December 2020 of only 4.2 million euros - so the indicators can be safely called good.
In March, the main three leaders were determined, in which included Reel Italy, which owns the PokerStars brand, Sisal Entertainment and operator Lottomatica. Note that the online casino segment represents a little more than half of the total market profit.
Revenue from online betting is also increasing - more than 130 million euros, but their land-based counterparts lost in March 2021 29 percent profit over the previous month. Such changes are due to the fact that during the pandemic, land-based facilities of the gambling industry are closed due to quarantine. NewsOfGambling previously published information from the Italian media that as early as June 2, the work of land-based casinos in Italy may be resumed.
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