Online access to Denmark government services has become so pervasive that Danes are now being forced online if they hope to continue to benefit from said services, according to the BBC.

The e-government movement has saved the country of Denmark millions of euros in savings, but we're more interested in knowing whether mandated interaction with online government agencies translates into more gaming goodness online. Googling reveals that Denmark is second only to Korea and the Netherlands in terms of broadband connectivity (source) so it follows that the country should benefit from similar pervasiveness in online gaming opportunities.

Any Danes reading this want to give us the scoop on the online gaming scene in Denmark? Drop us a tip with your Skype info if you're up for an interview on the subject.

[Update: added more reliable broadband statistics link]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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