Analyzing the Casinos & Gambling Industry in Canada
The casinos and gaming industry in Canada has experienced steady and moderate growth in the past couple of years in the post-recession period. It is likely to continue with the same momentum in the coming five years ahead. Lottery, Casino Gaming, Horseracing, Slots at Racetracks, Video Lottery, and Charitable gaming all make up Canada's gaming industry. Operated in a highly regulated environment by First Nations, Crown agencies and private sector partners all offering entertaining games in world-class facilities.
Boulevard Casino, River Rock Casino Resort and Palace Casino are few of the biggest casinos in Canada, while Great Canadian Gaming and Sask Gaming being the established players in the industry at the moment. Recently, The British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) and the Government of B.C. have partnered to provide $2 million to create a new Centre for Gambling Research at the University of British Columbia (UBC).
The goal of this center will be to advance the understanding of gambling psychology and reduce problem gambling behaviors. From slot machines and lottery tickets to emerging forms of online gambling, it will study the social and behavioral aspects of gambling, provide evidence-based support for improved gaming policy and programs, and strengthen training for prevention professionals.
Aruvian Research analyzes the Casinos and Gambling Industry in Canada in its report Analyzing the Casinos & Gambling Industry in Canada. We begin with an analysis of the global casinos and gaming industry through an industry overview, industry value analysis, industry segmentation, regulatory framework, industry competition and an industry outlook. We also analyze the factors that are impacting the global casinos and gambling industry such as regulations, mergers & acquisitions, international trade, industry globalization, amongst others.
Moving on to the analysis of the casinos and gaming industry in Canada, we analyze the industry through an industry overview, industry value analysis, industry segmentation, industry competition and a future perspective.
An analysis of the major players in the global casinos & gambling industry as well as the major players in the Canadian industry is included in the report.