Swedish lottery rebounds in April, but lags behind 2019 iGaming Business · June 24, 2020 at 7:14 am Swedish lottery revenue bounced back in April after a difficult March, but remained 9% below revenue from April 2019, according to the latest figures from the country’s Gambling Inspectorate (Spelinspektionen). The data forms part of the monthly reports Spelinspektionen were commissioned to produce during the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis and was obtained through operators’ tax returns. Spelinspektionen said that while revenue for lotteries declined year-on-year, things looked much brighter than in March, when revenue fell almost 50% year-on-year. Revenue for land-based commercial games, such as restaurant casinos, fell by 46% year-on-year in April. The regulator had already provided online betting and gaming revenue for April in its report last month, but revised this figure from a 5.4% decline to a 3.0% decline after receiving data from more operators.