The regulator investigated the unnamed organisation at its premises in Odense in 2019 and found it had been offering both game types illegally to its members on a daily basis for a number of years.
Denmark has a monopoly on bingo and banko games, with state-owned Danske Spil being the only operator permitted to offer these services, except for games run by a non-profit lottery for the benefit of good causes.
The case was heard in court in Odense on 2 February, with Spillemyndigheden emerging victorious after the court ruled the Odense-based association breached national gambling laws by offering the games to members.
As such, the association was ordered to pay a fine of DKK15,000 (£1,784/€2,014/$2,153) as well as court costs.
The ruling comes after Spillemyndigheden last week revealed that gambling revenue in the Danish market increased 7.9% year-on-year in 2022 after a rise across all sectors.
Total revenue for the year stood at DKK6.72bn, up from DKK6.23bn in the previous 12-month period. Online casino remained the primary source of gambling revenue during the year, with this sector generating DKK2.90bn in revenue, a year-on-year increase of 3.2%.
Sports betting revenue also increased by 3.9% to DKK2.32bn, while land-based slots revenue jumped 47.6% to DKK1.15bn for the year.
Spillemyndigheden also reported a 58.6% rise in revenue from licensed land-based casinos to DKK3490m.