The 8th edition of the Global Gambling Report – Raising The Stakes includes the following new features and updates 

• Full global gambling appendices for 2011 (sequence now runs from 2007 to 2011) 
• Updated gambling forecasts until 2017 
• Key Markets Database with data from 2001 to 2017f (in local currency and US$) 
• A new “at a glance” spreadsheet” of operators by category for each jurisdiction 
• Gambling spend per capita 
• More photos of gambling outlets and venues 
The report includes company summaries for the likes of: Camelot (UK), Ladbrokes (UK), William Hill (UK), Churchill Downs (US), Codere (Spain/Latin America), Las Vegas Sands (US), OPAP (Greece), SJM Holdings (Macau), amongst others. 
Updates include: 
Cambodia: illegal gambling busts; mixed fortunes for Cambodia’s lotteries
Israel: idea put forward for a casino in the desert; online gambling raids 
Macau: gambling data for 2013; smoking ban update
Taiwan: lottery tender, casino bill scrutiny 
Vietnam: developments in the various casino projects in Vietnam


Belgium: preliminary data for the lottery in 2013; data added/revised for other sectors 
Bulgaria: proposal to tax gambling winnings; change of tax basis from turnover to GGY for online gambling 
Macedonia: update on the lottery’s internet gambling plans
Serbia: details of sub-regulations published in 2013; update on internet betting operators

Latin America 

Argentina: updates on casino developments in the regions of Argentina 
Colombia: betting tender cancelled; update on instances of illegal gambling 
Costa Rica: poor enforcement of regulations hampering legal casino operators 
Also updates to Belize (casino), Brazil (betting), French Guiana (casino/slots)

Equatorial Guinea: the country’s first casino opens 
South Africa: prospects for a new internet gambling law in South Africa encompassing casino games as well as betting

North America 
Casino data added for 2013 for: Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Ohio et al 
New York: update on New York’s casino referendum 
First reports of the performance of internet gambling in Delaware and New Jersey 
Also updates to: Massachusetts, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Dakota