European gambling industry focus on great britain


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The report starts with an overview of global casino and gaming industry and discuses Europe gaming industry in detail with analysis by business segment and by geography (Great Britain, Germany and Italy).

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  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Lottery and Gambling Industry Overview1.1. International Gambling1.2. Global Betting, Gambling and Gaming Industry1.3. Global Online Gaming Market1.4. Types of Gamblers2. Europe Lottery and Betting Industry2.1. Market Overview2.2. Remote Gambling2.3. UK Gambling Industry Developments and Size2.4. Opportunities in Great Britain Gambling Industry2.4.1. Economy and Betting2.4.2. Industry Performance2.4.3. Betting Industry Size2.4.4. Online Gambling in Great Britain2.4.5. Performance in Bingo Segment2.4.6. Casino Industry2.4.7. Horse Racing and Sports Betting in Britain2.4.8. Lotteries in Britain3. Online Gambling In Germany4. Industry Trends and Developments4.1. Updates for Gambling in UK Budget4.2. Italy and UK Gambling Taxation Method4.3. Online Betting Licensing to Start in Greece4.4. South Africa banned Online Gambling 2
  3. 3. 4.5. Russia Imposed Restrictions on Gambling4.6. Online Gaming in Italy5. Industry Driving Forces5.1. Rising Internet Penetration5.2. Rising Per-capita Income Motivating People to Participate in Gambling5.3. Growing Young and Old age Population6. Future Growth6.1. Global Gaming Sector6.2. European Gambling Forecast6.2.1. Future of E-gaming in Europe6.3. Forecast Methodology6.3.1. DisclaimerLIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Global Gaming Market by Geography in % (2008)Figure 2: Global Gambling and Gaming Industry Gross Revenue (1999-2009)Figure 3: Global Gambling Market share by Product Category in 2010 (%)Figure 4: Global Online Gambling Gross Gaming Revenue (2002-2010)Figure 5: Global Online Gambling Market Share in 2010 (%)Figure 6: Leading UK Markets for GGR (Gross Gambling Revenues) Online Gambling in2008Figure 7: Types of GamblersFigure 8: Betting Industry Supply ChainFigure 9: Europe Gambling Industry Revenue (2007-2010)Figure 10: Europe Remote Gambling, Gross Gambling Yield (2007-2010) 3
  4. 4. Figure 11: Britain Gambling Sector, Gross Gambling Yield (2006-2010)Figure 12: Britain Gross Gambling Yield by Sectors in 2010Figure 13: Betting Industry Gross Win by Type (2002-2008)Figure 14: Britain On-course Number of Bets by Type (2008&2009)Figure 15: Britain Online Gambling GGY (2008-2010)Figure 16: Bingo Gross Gambling Sales in Great Britain (2008-2010)Figure 17: Great Britain Gaming Machines in Bingo Clubs in 2009Figure 18: Horserace Betting Levy Revenues in Great Britain (1999-2009)Figure 19: Great Britain Lottery Ticket Sales (2008 & 2009)Figure 20: Germany Number of Internet Gamblers (2008 & 2009)Figure 21: Popularity of Online Games in 2010Figure 22: Italy & UK Gambling Tax Revenues (Jan-Nov 2010)Figure 23: Global Gross Gambling Yield (2004-2012E)Figure 24: Global Gambling and Gaming Market Forecast (2009-2013E)Figure 25: Europe Gambling Industry Revenue Forecast (2010-2015)Figure 26: European E-Gaming Market (2009-2012E)LIST OF TABLESTable 1: Betting Shops in Great Britain by OperatorsTable 2: Bingo Clubs in Great Britain (2009 & 2010)Table 3: Casino Ownership by Operators in Great Britain (March 31, 2009 & march 31,2010)Table 4: Internet Users and Penetration in Selected European Countries (2008-2013E)Table 5: GDP per Inhabitant in PPS, EU 27=100Table 6: Young Age Dependency Ratio, Present and ProjectionsTable 7: Population aged between 65 years old or over, Present and Projections 4
  5. 5. Table 8: Macroeconomic Factors Analysis and Sensitivity on the SectorTable 9: Industry Factor Analysis and Sensitivity on the Sector 5
  6. 6. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe European lottery and betting industry counts among one of the worlds leading markets,and holds an important place in the internet gambling segment. Industry is highly dependentupon external factors for its growth such as macroeconomic changes. In recent past impact ofeconomic crisis was mainly on Europe and US, affected all major industries and sector,gambling is one of them. The gaming industry showed a positive performance with slightdecline in growth percentage during the period of financial crisis because on the one hand itbelieves to be best entertainment activity and on the other hand government collect a largeamount of tax every year from gambling. Remote gambling is one of the fastest growing partof the world gambling industry; UK is Europe’s most regulated E-Gaming country.The report starts with an overview of global casino and gaming industry and discuses Europegaming industry in detail with analysis by business segment and by geography (Great Britain,Germany and Italy). Further we have discuessed industry trends and recent developments inthe industry. We have also included factors driving the industry growth and future of theEuropean gambling industry.Key Findings • In 2010, British gambling industry generated gross gambling yield of USD 11.4 billion from USD 9.0 billion in 2009. • March 31, 2010 states there was a fall of 11% in online gambing GGY to USD 994.11 billion which reached to USD 1.92 billion in 2010. • Turnover of bingo in Great britain declined in 2009 with slowdown in economy of the country and falling rate employment on the other hand number of premises were noticed to be lesser in 2010 than 2009. • In Britain, Gross profit from gaming machines increased by 19% during 2009/10 compared to the previous 12 months. Following a 5.5% reduction in the house win on table games, machines now account for 18% of GGY within the sector. • Between 2009-2012E European E-gmaing industry is expected to grow by CAGR in gross gambling yield of 7.63%. E-gaming is the fastest growing market led by awarness among young population and expected increase in per capita income after the economic jolt in 2008-2009. 6
  7. 7. Scope of the Research  The report gives a detailed analysis of the European casino and gaming industry with discussion of market past performance, present analyses and future outlook of the industry also demand by segmentation and geography.  Report discuses regulatory changes help to understand legal requirements of a country.  Discusses industry players positioning which helps to assess scope for new and existing players.  This research report helps the domestic and international players looking for potential segment in the industry.  Present report gives a detailed description of Casino and gaming industry in Britain, Germany and Italy, it may help to analyze scope in different segments of the industry. 7