The Global Casinos and Online Gambling industry has experienced a major shift in its key markets over the five years to 2016. More specifically, the five-year period has signaled a shift of revenue growth from the United States toward Asia. While new markets in the United States are opening up as state governments attempt to acquire new sources of revenue, the shift in revenue toward Asian markets has increasingly gained permanency for industry operators. Going forward, industry performance is expected to accelerate just slightly over the next five years. Economic volatility in China is expected to continue to hamper industry revenue growth. This slowdown could also affect growth in other markets, such as Singapore, Central and Eastern Europe, should high-rolling tourists limit their discretionary traveling expenditures. Furthermore, while deregulation may open up new markets in the United Kingdom, several US states, as well as other potential areas in Europe and Asia, there will continue to be substantial competition to brick-and-mortar casinos from online gaming.
This industry consists of gambling facilities that offer table wagering games and other gambling activities, such as slot machines. These establishments often provide food, beverage and lodging services. The industry also includes legal online gaming on casino-type games.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.