Gambling Market Research

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    The gambling industry is strong, with Gen Z and Millennials representing much of the growth in participation. Catering to their needs is key to keep things rolling. Mike Gallinari, Senior Travel & Leisure Analyst ..."

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    New gambling regulation will cut online casino revenues but offer only modest gains to a land-based sector facing new competitive interest from high street arcades. David Walmsley, Research Analyst ..."

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    Greater multichannel participation and expanded game repertoires can support lottery spending at a time when the player base is no longer in growth. David Walmsley, Research Analyst ..."
    “Sports betting revenues in the US continue to grow, fuelled by legalization and greater accessibility. As consumers desire to engage more deeply with the sports they love, sportsbooks must continue to optimize their offerings to drive awareness, appeal and loyalty among consumers.” – Gabe Sanchez, Reports Analyst This Report looks at the..."
    “Casinos present themselves in a certain way to consumers, and this kinetic atmosphere has worked for them to date. It still will work for them – as record revenues can attest – but casinos can bring more value to consumers. By bringing their vibe, offerings and messaging more in line..."
    “A combination of digital technologies, social experiences, a leaner estate and new regulatory freedoms is offering retail gambling a brighter future than it had in prospect pre-pandemic.” - David Walmsley, Senior Leisure Analyst Key issues covered in this Report The impact of the cost of living crisis on gambling spending and participation ..."

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    “The launch of the iGaming market in Ontario has been a resounding success, both bringing new business and breathing new life into the gambling landscape in the province, while also encouraging existing players – like casinos and OLG – to innovate and adapt. While other provinces are still hesitant to..."
    While online gambling drives growth, brands need to focus on consumer protection and responsible gambling. To attract non-gamblers, brands should promote the fun side of gambling more strongly to improve their image. Silvia Hondt, Research Analyst - Travel & Leisure ..."

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    “The popularity of big-jackpot opportunities is the sector’s best hope of limiting the impact of the cost-of-living crisis until the next National Lottery licence gives its new operator more scope to innovate through digital technology especially.” - David Walmsley, Senior Leisure Analyst, January 2023 Key issues covered in this Report The impact..."
    “Once considered taboo, sports betting is now widely accepted and here to stay. Across the US, sports betting is legal in 37 states and Washington DC – and counting. As consumers are interested in betting across sports, the sports and sports betting industries will continue to look to optimize their..."
    “The pandemic resulted in challenges and benefits to the US gambling industry. A steep decline in 2020 was quickly reversed as restrictions loosened and consumers warmed to virtual options – specifically sports betting – that capitalized on a well-timed expansion. In the near future, industry players will need to thread..."
    “The market is making a strong recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic but is likely to have its wings clipped by new remote sector restrictions driven by player safety concerns. Operators will respond by targeting more recreational customers with an entertainment-led approach.” – David Walmsley, Senior Leisure Analyst – June 2022 This Report..."