In 2018, Danish regulator Spillemyndigheden conducted three web searches in collaboration with the Danish Tax Authority. They identified 742 potentially illegal sites offering gambling services to Danish consumers. 22 sites were breaching regulations by offering gambling without the relevant licence, and ordered them to withdraw from the Danish market. Spillemyndigheden also requested local internet service providers to block 18 websites that did not respond to the issued petitions. The regulator also highlighted a growing problem with skin betting, where video game players use in-game items as collateral for wagering. Spillemyndigheden cited concerns over illegal gambling on Facebook, with the key issue being groups that offer gambling without a licence, primarily on lotteries. For more info follow this link.