GBGC Global Gambling Report Updates
April 2012
The 7th edition of the Global Gambling Report – Against The Odds includes the following new features and updates

• Full global gambling appendices for 2009 and 2010 

• Updated gambling forecasts until 2015 
• A new “at a glance” spreadsheet” of operators by category for each jurisdiction 
• Gambling spend per capita for 2010 
• More photos of gambling outlets and venues 

Updates include: 
Austria: casino tender heading for a legal challenge 
Belgium: Gaming Commission expands operator Black List 
Denmark: Q1 data from the Danish Internet gambling market 
Holland: Holland Casino revenues for 2011; political turmoil threatens development of gambling regulation 
Ireland: details on the proposed new licence for the National Lottery 
Spain: Sheldon Adelson’s plans for Eurovegas in Spain 
UK: details of casino bidders for the casinos in Leeds, Milton Keynes, and Sheffield; the ending of Rank’s takeover talks with Gala Coral for its casinos; the escalation of the dispute between Camelot and the Health Lottery 
Argentina: opening of the new casino in Mendoza 
Chile: the opening of the final group of casino licence; CAI not taking up its licence 
Colombia: details of the new Crown Casino Bogota 
Mexico: opening of a new Caliente casino
Nicaragua: update on Beneficial’s licence and strategy in the country 
Panama: 2011 gambling data added 
Cambodia: EGT’s new slot hall; the Thansur Bokor resort 
China: 2011 lottery sales data
India: new tax for on-course bookmakers
Japan: further developments in the Casino Bill 
Macau: Cotai openings; Q1 2012 data 
Mongolia: new game launched by the lottery and secures distribution deal 
Morocco: moves to ban gambling or its advertisement being shown on television 
Australia: Tatts interest in buying SA Lottery; Betfair court case in NSW, Racing Victoria switches to turnover tax 
Fiji: construction begins on new casino 
This month also sees the latest edition of the GBGC Interactive Gambling Report added to the Platinum Subscription.
As well as the usual discussion of the market and updates on Internet gambling regulation, the current edition takes a look at “social gaming”, online mah-jong, and the football fixture lists court case.