An important change to the functioning of the local gambling industry emerged in Denmark due to the uncertain situation with the pandemic. It was announced that offline gaming is undergoing some regulations, as the land-based establishments will not work until the end of January.
Such a decision is closely connected with the troublesome situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the expansion of the new virus variation around the world. Originally, the casinos were supposed to be opened on January 16, but things have changed and the new development is the hiatus being prolonged until January 31.
This means that the management of the gambling establishments will have to take responsibility for making sure that all the venues stay shut down. The state of events will remain this way until the government decides that they are permitted to open once again.
Recently, there has been a surge in the COVID-19 cases in Denmark, with over 19,000 cases happening daily. At times, the number exceeds 20,000 per day. For this reason, the measures are necessary to put a stop to the spread of the virus in entertainment spaces, as well as encourage players to bet or gamble online.
Gaming remains a profitable business in Denmark, with the overall revenue in November 2021 accounting for 93 million USD. In general, slot machines are very popular among local players, and the visitors of land-based enterprises bring the country a lot of profit.
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