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Research and Markets: Global Online Gambling and Betting Market 2015

In Australia, where the regime is more liberal, foreign companies are

particularly attracted by the interactive betting sector.

- California State Lottery

Europe was the largest online gambling market in the world, owing to a

large number of countries with established regulations regarding this

sector.

In Latin America, in both Brazil and Mexico, new bills were put forward

in the legislature to regulate online gambling, but the legislation has

not yet been approved. Another important factor is a wave of acquisition deals

which has taken place in the past two years; for example, Canada-based

Amaya Gaming Group acquiring the parent company of PokerStars and Full

Tilt Poker. In Singapore, all forms of remote gambling were

forbidden under new regulations in 2015, and in China and South Korea, a

number of organizers of illegal online gambling websites were arrested. In Russia, online gambling remained illegal, but a separate regime

is being formed for online betting under a self-regulatory organization

and the nature of online poker was debated.

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- 888 Holdings Plc

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The global market for online gambling is forecasted to maintain

one-digit growth rates over the next four years, expected to reach a

medium-high, double-digit number in billion Euros revenue. In Germany,

the co-existence of separate gambling regimes in the state of

Schleswig-Holstein and the rest of the country was upheld by the ECJ in

2014. Among the findings of the

report are that mobile devices are increasingly being used to access

gambling sites and that the growth of online gambling has led to

consolidation in the companies offering gambling.

- Net Entertainment

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- Publishers Clearing House

- Ladbrokers Betting & Gaming Ltd.

- 10bet.com Ltd

In the Asia-Pacific region, some governments have gone to lengths to

limit online gambling. This number is set to increase, as countries like the

Netherlands adopt new online gambling regulations, seeking additional

tax revenues. More states are expected

to adopt rules concerning online gambling as revenues continue to grow,

though at a somewhat more moderate level than was forecasted a year ago. Some gambling sites report

increasing shares of their total revenues stemming from mobile and

gambling search words, which are increasingly originating from phones

and tablets. Meanwhile, on the African continent, the

government of South Africa, regional leader in land-based gambling

revenues, announced in early 2015 that it had no plans to legalize

online gambling despite calls to do so.

- Unibet Group

- PlasmaNet

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- Bwin.Party

- Paddy Power Plc

In the USA, of the three states allowing online gambling, New Jersey

generated by far the largest revenues in 2014. Across the UK, France and Spain, betting, in particular

sports betting, was the largest segment of the online gambling market in

2014, while in Italy it was outperformed by casino games. One trend in

online gambling is the use of mobile devices. The performance of the leading global companies in the

online gambling and betting segment varied last year, with William Hill

and Paddy Power showing growth rates in online net revenues of close to

+20%, while Betfair showed only moderate growth and Bwin.Party

registered a decline in total revenues.

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- Playtech

- Betfair Entertainment Ltd.

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companies, new products and the latest trends.

- WHG (International) Limited

- Bet-at-home.com Internet Ltd.

- Amaya (incl. – Betsson

The latest publication Global Online Gambling and Betting Market 2015,

reports that online gambling is steadily increasing globally, with

governments moving to regulate the practice

Cash-Strapped States Bet On Gambling

Rockefeller Institute of Government recently reported, and have provided steady returns after a brief recession dip. Older casinos will have a tough time retrofitting the technology, but most of the new casinos will be buying in, said Steve Bourie, author of the “American Casino Guide.”

Revenue from Nevada’s brick-and-mortar casinos has not stopped the state from sinking into 13 percent unemployment and a debt of $1.2 billion that is 37.4 percent of its operating budget.

At the manufacturing end of the gambling industry, companies such as Bally Technologies and IGT are creating more slot attractions to entice patrons. That revenue has proven irresistible at a time when 46 cash-strapped states have made cuts in programs for health care, the elderly, the disabled, or in education since 2008, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. As for assertions that casinos take money from the disadvantaged, Barrow answered that the lottery was already doing that at the state’s 11,000 convenience stores. Deval Patrick (D) signed the casino construction bill on Nov.

Barrow, who has been criticized for being a paid consultant for a New Hampshire golf course’s casino study, said Massachusetts’ plan will include hotel and entertainment venues to attract non-gamblers as well. Clyde Barrow, director of the Center for Policy Analysis at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, predicts the casinos will collect $1.5 billion to $2 billion a year. Still, the state’s looking to beef up gaming, recently accepting applications from five firms to implement online poker for state residents. can ill-afford to lose the money,” Skolnik said.

The legislator fears Massachusetts has struck a Faustian bargain that isn’t worth the risk. In a wheezing economy, the conditions are ripe. Eldridge said, “We’ve living in desperate times.”

“I don’t think gaming targets anyone,” said Porter, an adviser for the Poker Players Alliance. Gambling-related crime will be less of an issue because theft and other crimes tend to happen on casino grounds and not in the surrounding neighborhoods, he said. Eldridge’s office pointed to a 2000 study covering 19 years that concluded casinos create crime instead of merely relocating it. But the urgency created by joblessness and foreclosure has made consumers more susceptible. “This is one of the worst decisions when the economy is bad.”

Many states are rolling the dice: New Jersey is mounting a constitutional challenge to a near-total federal ban on sports-betting. Forty-one states have casinos, according to the “American Casino Guide,” and 43 have lotteries. Through anecdotal information, IGT estimated that the casinos are seeing an 18 percent increase in daily take after making the switch. Casinos offer the potential of a quick buck on the pull of a slot machine. If a machine loses patrons at a certain time of day, casinos can change the machine’s theme, value and payout at the push of a button. He said that 20 percent of New Englanders who visit casinos do not place any bets.

Even once-reluctant Massachusetts recently approved the construction of three casinos and a slots parlor after 20 years of debate. He worries that patrons’ discretionary income would go to casinos instead of local businesses, bleeding communities dry.

Gambling is on a roll. He said fellow lawmakers wanted to be able to say they’re creating jobs and income for the state. Bally paid an undisclosed amount for the rights to create a Michael Jackson slot machine that is expected to draw huge lines when it debuts next summer. Gamblers who had voluntarily asked to be expelled from the state’s casinos — previously a life-long ban — now may return after five years. Nevada’s move comes with supporters’ hope that a federal ban against interstate gambling on the Internet will eventually be lifted. Legislators said they anticipate receiving $300 to $400 million in tax revenue to chip away at the state’s projected $1.8 billion 2012 deficit.

A few states have bet against the gambling wave — at least for the time being. In 2009 and 2010 alone, 37 states pushed for increased gambling outlets, according to Sam Skolnik, the author of “High Stakes: The Rising Cost of America’s Gambling Addiction.” Meanwhile, casinos have stepped up their promotions to attract groups that tend to gamble more. Compulsive gamblers cost the country $6.7 billion a year, according to The National Council on Problem Gambling.

But Eldridge isn’t buying into the feel-good forecast. On the lottery front, Minnesota is allowing patrons to play online.

Massachusetts State Sen.

. Critics warn that the winnings are fool’s gold, not worth the potential social and financial ills. Lotteries dangle the carrot of instant riches. The Illinois House also voted down an expansion bill, and New Hampshire Gov. Jamie Eldridge (D) fears the gambling push will come up snake eyes in the long run. John Lynch (D) vowed last month to veto any measure aimed at adding casinos.

Missouri last week rolled out the welcome mat again for admitted problem gamblers. “Whether you’re gambling in a casino online or on Wall Street, certainly there are people who have a weakness and we try to prevent that from happening.”

“It’s a very flawed economic model,” Eldridge said. Since Gov. Casinos draw more customers above the median income, he said.

Casinos and lotteries make up at least 2 percent of revenue in states that have them, the Nelson A. IGT operates server-driven slots in 50 casinos. The lottery will suffer temporarily but will bounce back, he predicted. Skolnik estimated that in 2007 alone, at the start of the recession, Americans gambled away $92 billion.

Gambling usually provokes passionate debate on both sides, but few could dispute that the industry is on a winning streak. Faced with mounting budget deficits, more states are expanding gambling options and loosening restrictions in a grab for revenue. Maine residents scrapped two casino-expansion referendums in November. While the federal government chokes on $972 billion of debt, states face a combined $95 billion deficit for 2012.

Eldridge has seen a different outcome in his own state of Masachussetts, however. It also reported that 8 percent of crimes in a casino county can be directly linked to the casino.

“One of the tragedies is that many of the gamblers enticed by this marketing … Jon Porter, a three-term former Republican congressman from Nevada, said tight regulations to weed out the under-aged and addicted can make Internet play work. Massachusetts trimmed all of the above.

Yet, it’s not as if gambling suddenly appeared. But that’s not stopping many states from getting a piece of the action.

All the bells and whistles aside, Barrow, the UMass-Dartmouth researcher, sees a lasting future for a casino-enhanced Massachusetts. But the biggest potential moneymaker is the server-based slot machine. 22, promising that the commonwealth would not be compromised, Eldridge said he has refocused his efforts on ensuring that the legislation is not weakened to where it could further endanger community commerce and public safety.

Gambling advocates have marshaled their lobbying power and the promise of jobs and a quick profit stream to make giant inroads