Danish Gambling Authority’s illegal gambling report

Danish Gambling Authority’s illegal gambling report

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Danish Gambling Authority’s illegal gambling report

In order to protect players and provide fairness for those who operate legally in the industry, the Danish Gambling Authority monitors illicit gambling in Denmark.

Each year, they make available a report detailing their approach to handling illicit gambling. The primary focus is on online gambling sites that do not have the necessary license but nonetheless target Danish players.

After outlining the regulations, the report covers the actions taken since 2023 to put an end to illicit gambling. They have been monitoring websites and responding to complaints regarding illegal gambling operations for the last ten years.

The report’s summary suggests that the illegal market is expanding based on a rise in requests, blockages, and searches for websites. They’ve observed that compared to websites that offer gambling that is legal but requires a license, there are more websites that advertise illegal gambling. This implies that the market for illegal gambling may be expanding. Still, they believe that Denmark’s illicit gambling market is small and that the recent growth is primarily a result of the Danish Gambling Authority’s increased attention to the issue of illegal gambling.

The report also points out that the majority of gambling in Denmark occurs through legal channels due to the country’s high degree of channelization.

The report continues by listing the partnerships that the Danish Gambling Authority has established with Google, Apple, and Facebook. These partnerships enable the takedown of any unlawful gambling content quickly after it is discovered.

Besides investigating online gambling, they also investigated other criminal gambling activities, including skin betting and gambling through video games, and they spread awareness regarding the dangers associated with such activities.

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