Sports betting remained the main source of income in the quarter, contributing €103.6m to the revenue total, 48.5% more than last year. Casino revenue was also up 37.4% year-on-year to a total of €49.4m.
However, consumer wagered more on online casino games than any other form of internet gambling in the period, with the €1.77bn total 48% more than last year and also ahead of sports betting on €1.34bn.
The DGOJ also noted growth within the online poker market, with total spend up 15.5% year-on-year to €411.6m, while revenue climbed 5% to €15.5m.
The regulator put this growth down to a 2.2% increase in tournament fees in the period, as cash games stakes dropped 2.6%.
In addition, there was growth in the bingo market, with turnover up more than one third to €25.5m and revenue up 40% to €3.3m.
Source: GMB / iGaming Business