The liberalisation of Portugal’s gambling sector, which was set into motion in 2014 and has gathered pace this year, has come amid a general malaise in the overall market as unfavourable macroeconomic conditions continue to weigh on players’ disposable income.
According to estimates from national lottery operator Santa Casa, regulated Portuguese gross gaming revenue (GGR) stood at €1.23bn in 2014, down 3.1 percent on the figure estimated in 2010.
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