E-Gaming To Pass US$30bn GGY in 2011
GBGC has published the latest edition of its Interactive Gambling Report. Its findings show that the global e-gaming market rose by 12% in 2010, reaching US$ 29.32 billion in gross gaming yield (GGY).

The report forecasts that the market will grow by 14% in 2011, aided by regulatory developments in different market, continued growth in live sports betting, the expansion of state lotteries into e-gaming, and gaming being offered through new mobile devices.
 
 As well as data the report also addresses the key issues in the sector at present. Not least of these is that of sports betting rights and the use of sports data by betting firms. A large portion of the report is inevitably dedicated to regulation in Europe and elsewhere, as the legal developments continue apace in 2011.
GBGC also considers the impact of an inflationary business environment on Internet gambling companies.
The 70-page report also covers topics such as: advertising rulings relating to Internet gambling, mobile and iTV gambling, languages and localisation, and the latest performance of the iGBGC Index.
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