Posted on 10 February 2017 in General
Once again as the global gambling industry gathers in London this week for the annual ICE gaming conference the Economist has utilised H2 data to highlight that a total of US$385bn of gross win was generated by the global gambling industry in 2016.
Australians continue to gamble more than any other nation on a per-person basis,with the avergage adult spending US$990 which was c40% higher than the nearest rival. Interactive channels including mobile accounted for c11% of the gambling sector's gross win in 2016 and is set to reach c15% within the coming decade. The United States continued to be the largest single market in absolute terms accoutn for c30% of gross win, with China (Including the SARs) coming in at 2nd with 16%.
See the Chart here: https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2017/02/09/the-worlds-biggest-gamblers
H2 Gambling Capital (H2) is widely recognised as the industry standard for data regarding all aspects of the global gambling industry. As a result H2 has become the go to source for data regarding most aspects of the global gambling industry and particularly the fast growing interactive sector which has developed out of nothing to account for 11% of the value of the global industry over just 15 years.
H2’s data has become by far the most quoted regarding the sector in company reports, transaction documentation and sell-side analysts’ notes as well as the sector / business media. The vast majority of the sector’s leading operators and service providers as well as many of the leading financial institutions and management consultants subscribe to the H2 service. In all H2’s team has worked with or supplied information to over 700 organisations over the past decade.
H2 offers the most comprehensive one stop iGaming / land based market data / regulatory intelligence. The subscriber area of H2's website now includes almost 2 million data points with more than 10,000 being published / updated each week, weekly new or updated subscriber postings totalling over 1,400 in the past 12 months and set to increase to over 1,500 in 2017.