• <th id="oxmkd"></th>
  • <source id="oxmkd"><li id="oxmkd"></li></source>
    <code id="oxmkd"><menu id="oxmkd"></menu></code>
  • <mark id="oxmkd"></mark>
  • <th id="oxmkd"><td id="oxmkd"></td></th>

    <pre id="oxmkd"><em id="oxmkd"><track id="oxmkd"></track></em></pre>

    Gambling Industry Profile

    Report Page Length: 10-12
    Last Quarterly Update: 2/22/2021
    SIC Codes: 7011, 7993, 7999
    NAICS Codes: 7132, 72112
    Chapters Include:
    Industry Overview Trends & Challenges Industry Forecast
    Quarterly Industry Update Call Prep Questions Website & Media Links
    Business Challenges Financial Information Glossary & Acronyms
    View Full Sample Add To Cart

    Excerpt from Gambling Industry Profile

    Companies in this industry operate gambling facilities or offer gaming activities, while some companies also operate hotel facilities. Major companies include US-based casino operators Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts, and Wynn Resorts, as well as Galaxy Entertainment (Hong Kong), IGT (UK), SJM Holdings (Hong Kong), Tabcorp (Australia), and William Hill (UK).

    The global market projection for gambling was estimated at around $440 billion in 2020 amid the pandemic and is expected to exceed over $640 billion by 2027. Major casino gaming markets outside the US include Macau, Singapore, Australia, and South Korea. Revenue is expected to grow steadily as casinos continue to expand in new markets, specifically in Asia.

    he US gambling industry includes more than 3,400 establishments with combined annual revenue of more than $90 billion. Major segments include about 460 commercial casinos, about 500 Indian casinos, and more than 40 state lotteries, as well as bingo parlors, off-track betting facilities, electronic betting arcades, and sports bookmakers. The casino operations of casino resorts and hotels are included in the industry.

    COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

    Demand for gambling is driven by consumer income growth and state spending. The profitability of individual companies depends on efficient operations and effective marketing. Large operators have the financial resources to make significant investments in facilities and efficient computer operations; they may also enjoy cross-marketing opportunities. Small gambling facilities can thrive by catering to local residents, who may not ...

     
    View Full Sample Add To Cart Return to the Industry Profile Menu

    Related Profiles

    Here are a few profiles related to Gambling that you also might be interested in viewing:

    Would you or your company benefit from having unlimited access to First Research's industry intelligence tools?

    Learn More About Subscription Options
     
    www,小明,com/_视频二区 亚洲 欧美_大香蕉伊人综合在线33