Spelinspektionen publishes 2023 online gambling survey

Spelinspektionen publishes 2023 online gambling survey

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Spelinspektionen publishes 2023 online gambling survey

The Spelinspektionen has recently published its latest online gambling study.

The study, being conducted for the third consecutive year, surveyed nearly 4000 participants over the age of 18 back in May. The respondents were asked about their online gambling habits and other related things, with the study’s first finding being that 14% of the participants gamble at least once per week.

It also found that about 30% of participants played at least once every three months, with the most popular form of online gambling being lottery and number games. The study also found that the sports wagering niche has experienced a decline in the Swedish online vertical, with only 22% of respondents having enjoyed it in the past.

The study also asked the participants about their use of unlicensed gambling websites, which revealed that only 6% of them had used them previously. Additionally, a further 4% of participants stated that they had previously played at unregulated sites without knowing of their lackluster licensing status.

Lastly, the regulator also asked the survey’s respondents about the country’s self-exclusion scheme, Spelpaus, which revealed that about 11% of them had previously used the service, which is a slight increase from last year’s 9%. Moreover, only about 14% of all participants weren’t aware of the scheme’s existence, which is an improvement from last year’s 15%.

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