Poland sees new products slow gambling revenue decline iGaming Business · July 1, 2020 at 6:33 am New figures released by the Polish Ministry of Finance reveal that while the country has seen gambling revenue decline for the year to date, newly regulated products helped mitigate falls in online betting and land-based gaming. Gross gaming yield (GGY) projections provided by H2 Gambling Capital, reveal the total for the year to 11 June is expected to fall 9.5% from 2019’s figures. This, the Ministry pointed out, is significantly lower than the 19.6% decline projected across all European Union markets. Poland’s lower projected decline was due to the development of newly regulated verticals, such as online casinos and land-based arcades. Online casino revenue grew 96.7% for the year to 11 June, aided by growth from Totalizator Sportowy’s Total Casino site.