Online Gambling Is Proving Unstoppable

Published Tuesday, May 24, 2016 -
Online Gambling Is Proving Unstoppable

The prediction that the online gambling industry would quickly grow has come true when the statistics show the proof is in the numbers. A visit to the Statistics Portal, Statista where there are statistics and studies from more than 18,000 sources revealed the growth pattern for gambling of all sorts on a global scale.

Investors use this type of knowledge to bet on the newest trends in industries such as the virtual world of betting. The information site posts ‘Global online gambling gross win from 2006 to 2015 (in billion euro) The statistic depicts the gross win from online gambling worldwide from 2003 to 2015. In 2010, the global online gambling gross win was at 20.01 billion euro. The online gambling market includes the categories sports-betting, bingo, casino and poker.’

It was projected that the market would rise to a value of more than 28 billion euro by 2015. Despite the rapid growth of interactive betting, terrestrial gambling still towers over internet gambling for real money. A gross win of around 317 billion U.S. dollars was forecasted for global terrestrial gambling in 2015, with the largest share expected in the USA. In 2014, the gambling industry made a total contribution of approximately 240 billion U.S. dollars to the U.S. economy, directly employing 734 thousand people.

The online casino industry and its varied infrastructure needed to support the technical, creative marketing, financial, legal, and other aspects of the online gambling industry does provide jobs and taxes for whatever countries the companies are located in. Online gambling is a wave that is unstoppable just as the mobile revolution is taking hold the online casino will flourish and sports stats will become more accessible faster for a keener edge on the betting action. Knowing gambling is here to stay will only give the internet wagering industry a reason to innovate and be confident of success.  



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