Global Online Gambling & Betting Market 2019 – 2025 – By Type, Component, Industry, Region

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An intelligence report has been added to the portfolio of WiseGuyReports titled, “2019 Global and Regional Online Gambling & Betting Market Research Report Forecast 2025”.

Report Description:
The Online gambling and betting refers to organizers providing gambling and betting games, such as, casino, poker, sports betting, lottery, and other games to their customers through an Internet-based digital platform. This helps customers to watch and participate in gambling and betting activities in real-time through their Internet-enabled electronic devices. The Global Online Gambling & Betting Market was worth 140.21 Billion USD in 2018 and is estimated to reach 275.67 Billion USD by 2025 at a CAGR of 10.14% during the forecast period

Growth by Region
The Europe region is expected to lead the Global Online Gambling & Betting Market in forecast period. Asia Pacific is expected to have highest CAGR of around 12.65% during the forecast period due to relaxation of laws, growth in participation of wagers through Internet.

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Drivers vs. Constraints
The increasing prevalence gambling, disposable income of consumers, trust in a wagering through electronic payment mode, and growth in penetration of the Internet, along with adoption of Internet-based devices, are driving the growth of the Global Gambling & Betting Market.

Industry Structure and Updates
The key player Playtika is the largest casino publisher with 25.4% market share, followed by SciGames Interactive with 8.4% market share, and Zynga at 8.1% market share.

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Global Online Gambling & Betting Market – by Gaming Type, Device Type, Region – Market Size, Demand Forecasts, Company Profiles, Industry Trends and Updates (2018 – 2025)
1. Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Overview
3.1. Definition
3.2. Industry Value Chain Analysis
3.3. Porter’s 5 Forces
3.4. Regulations
4. Market Dynamics
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Drivers
4.3. Constraints
4.4. Trends
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7. Global Online Gambling & Betting Market Segmentation, Forecasts and Trends – by Region
7.1. North America
7.1.1. U.S.
7.1.2. Canada
7.1.3. Mexico
7.2. Europe
7.2.1. UK
7.2.2. France
7.2.3. Germany
7.2.4. Italy
7.2.5. Others

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