Lithuania’s gross gambling revenue (GGR) surged by 15.2 per cent, compared to last year, reaching to €161m during the nine months to September 30, although land-based table gaming and Category B slots both fell.
The Gaming Control Authority, which oversees gaming and betting in Lithuania, recorded growth across both the online and land-based markets.
Land-based gaming plauteued, falling 0.4 per cent to €54m for the year so far. Category B slots generated €22.9m in GGR, down three per cent from 2022. Category A slots bridged this decline with revenue increasing by 13 per cent to €11.3m. table games fell 3.2 per cent to €12.9m.
Retail sports betting revenue also fell by 10.5 per cent coming in at €6.8m.
Online and mobile gaming generated €107m in GGR, marking an increase of 24.4 per cent from €86.0m last year. Category A online slots generated $69.5m, up 33.7 per cent, while Category B slots GGR increased 18.2 per cent to €2.6m. Online sports betting revenue declined by 1.1 per cent to €26.1m whilst online table games surged by 63 per cent to €8.8m.