Global Online Gambling Market size was valued at USD 73.1 billion in 2021, and it is expected to reach a value of USD 153.89 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of more than 11.22% over the forecast period (2022-2028).
Westford, USA, Oct. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With the globalization of the internet, the gambling industry has seen a rapid growth in online gambling market. This growth is being driven by the increasing availability of internet access, the proliferation of mobile devices, and the rise of social media. Moreover, online gambling is convenient, accessible, and offers a wide variety of games and betting options. It is also relatively easy to start and there are no upper age restrictions.
Apart from this, there are many other reasons why online gambling market is expanding at such high rate. For one, it is very convenient. Players can gamble from the comfort of their own home, without having to travel to a land-based casino. Additionally, online gambling sites offer a much wider range of games and betting options than most brick-and-mortar casinos. All of these factors are contributing to the favorable growth of the global online gambling market.
With the growing popularity of online gambling, there is an increasing need for regulation. This is because online gambling can pose some risks, such as addiction and cybercrime. However, with the right regulations in place, these risks can be minimized.
So far, the UK has been at the forefront of regulating online gambling. The UK Gambling Commission has put in place a number of measures to protect consumers and ensure that they are treated fairly by operators. A recent report by the SkyQuest found that the number of people gambling online in the UK online gambling market has increased by 32% in the past 2 years. This trend is being driven by the growth of online casinos and sport betting which are becoming more and more sophisticated and offering a wider range of games and betting options.
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Another reason why online gambling is growing in popularity is that it is becoming more accessible. In the past, only people who lived near casinos or had the means to travel to them could gamble. But now, with the internet, anyone can gamble online.
Key Findings of the Global Online Gambling Market
Global online gambling market to worth an estimated $153.89 billion by 2028.
Online gambling is legal in many countries, including the United Kingdom, US, Australia, India, Japan, and Canada.
UK and China are top countries in the global online gambling market
In the United States, however, online gambling is illegal in most states.
Most popular online gambling games include poker, casino games, and sports betting.
Online gambling is particularly popular among young adults, with 36–44-year-old the most likely to gamble online.
Men are more likely to gamble online than women, although the gender gap is narrowing.
Risks associated with online gambling include addiction, financial ruin, and crime.
There are approximately 2,000 online gambling sites in operation today
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China, US, UK, Canada and Australia Generates Over 73% Market Revenue
With the popularity of online gambling, many countries have seen an increase in revenue from this industry. China, US, Japan, Canada and Australia are some of the top contributors to the online gambling market. According to SkyQuest’s recent studies, these five countries generate over 73% of the total revenue for the online gambling market. This is a significant amount when you consider that there are over 60 countries where online gambling is legal.
The reason why these five countries generate so much revenue is because they have a large number of people who gamble regularly. China has the largest population in the world, and its citizens are known to be big gamblers. The same is true for the citizens of US, Japan, Canada and Australia. Every year, US citizen spent over $35 billion on gambling and a significant portion of that amount goes to online betting. To be precise, the country spent around $2.6 billion on online gambling and the country is witnessing a growth in the revenue at a CAGR of over 16%.
On other hand, Canada is a well-established player in the global online gambling market. As per SkyQuest Study, Canadian spent over $4.4 billion on online gambling, especially online casino. This is significantly higher than the US. Our study suggests that over 70% of Canadians are engaged in some kind of online gambling activities.
The UK is the biggest online betting market in the world. In 2021, the country spent over $16.41 billion on online betting. This is because there are many different bookmakers and betting sites that cater to UK customers. There are many different types of online bets that UK customers can make. For example, they can bet on sports, horse racing, and even political events. The sky is the limit when it comes to online betting in the UK.
There are many reasons why the UK is such a big player in the online gambling market. For one, gambling is legal and regulated in the UK, so there are plenty of legal and safe options for players to choose from. Secondly, the UK has a large population of internet users, so there is a large pool of potential customers for online gambling operators. Finally, the UK has a long history of gambling, dating back to the early days of horse racing and cockfighting. This tradition of gambling has continued into the modern era, with the British public spending billions of pounds on lottery tickets, casino games, and sports betting each year.
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Major Players in Global Online Gambling Market
Entain plc (GVC Holdings Plc.)
Kindred Group Plc. (Malta)
William Hill Plc. (UK)
Flutter Entertainment Plc. (Ireland)
Betsson AB (Sweden)
Bet365 Group (UK)
LeoVegas AB (Sweden)
888 Holdings PLC (Gibraltar)
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