Connect with us
SIS

Industry News

Where Are Your Players From? 2018 Global Market Overview

George Miller

Published

on

Where Are Your Players From? 2018 Global Market Overview
Reading Time: 3 minutes

 

BOSS. Gaming solutions has collected the latest iGaming market research by H2 agency and classified it to help you to get a full picture of players’ preferences worldwide.

As an iGaming business owner, you might have noticed that segments from different target audiences prefer watching different types of ads and are inclined to be wagered on different retention methods.

You might wonder, ‘why is this? Because consumer attitudes and interests are strongly influenced by the region, country and culture they live in. For you, this means the high importance of examining audience demographics, attitudes, preferences, and playing habits of casino players from each particular country, along with an overview of gaming market trends.

Where they play

Europe is recognized as the most active and profitable gaming region in 2018, as the Gross Win during the year comprised there about $27,169 million, while the total Gross Win in the world is as high as $50,893.8m. Research shows that, Europeans spend the most on slot machines, lotteries, casinos and racing, so don’t leave these gaming activities behind.

Next in the most active list is Asia and the Middle East, followed by North America and the rest of the world.

2018 Gross Win overview is described in the table below.

Boss Gaming solutions Slide 1

CAGR (Compound annual growth rate) pictures the predictions for increasing of the Total Gross win worldwide by 2023. As can be seen from the table, Latin America is likely to undertake an upswing in growth, meaning this a good perspective to take into account if you’re planning to widen your gaming business.

Who spends the most

The research shows that the most active country in 2017 became the USA, with 25.1% of the Global Total Gross Win. The next place is occupied by China, where all wins in 2018 comprised about $70 billion. Japan took third place, with $48bn in gross winning.

The Australians are documented to spend the biggest sums on gambling, per capita. On average, Major Nations Average Net Gambling Spend per Adult in 2017 comprises $958. Citizens of Singapore spend about $725, while Finnish spend about $715.

The table below lists top 10 gaming nations of the world in 2017:

Boss Gamings slide 2

Betting or gambling?

You may be surprised to know that the biggest amount of world’s bets was made in Asia and the Middle East, with 51.4%. of the market share. Next is Europe, with 32% followed by North America. These regions are leaders as well in Total All Channel Gambling.

Boss Gamind Slide 3

Conclusion

As now you know who plays where and what activities gamblers from different countries enjoy the most, setting up a gaming business will be a bit easier for you. Just don’t forget to take into account the actual statistics and predictions in iGaming, and you’ll definitely succeed in any of its areas.

 

About BOSS. Gaming solutions:

BOSS. is an independent world-class software developer and provider of high class online and land-based gaming solutions. Core company’s products and solutions are gaming platform, sportsbook and betting services, landbased casino software, affiliate system, payment solutions, own online casino slots and White label solutions.

BOSS. Gaming provides consulting services and helps to get license, develop strategies, manage purchased online casino, offers technical and operational support and assists clients with getting business results.

George Miller started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Comments

Industry News

Genius Sports Media unveils next generation sports marketing and publisher tools

George Miller

Published

on

Genius Sports Media unveils next generation sports marketing and publisher tools
Reading Time: 2 minutes

 

Genius Sports Media, the media technology arm of Genius Sports Group, has today unveiled a new suite of data-driven fan engagement services that transform the way brands and publishers connect with their audiences.

Leveraging its 10 years of fan understanding, programmatic media buying knowhow and live sports data expertise, Genius Sports Media has launched a new, end-to-end digital agency service for sportsbook and gaming operators, sports rights holders, brands and digital publishers.

A new suite of next generation marketing tools make it simple for advertisers to tailor the content and delivery of campaigns around the sporting calendar. By embedding relevant content like real-time statistics, betting odds or video highlights into their creative, the service replaces scattergun marketing with non-intrusive, personalized messaging that captures the emotion of live sport. All digital marketing channels are supported – each driven by bespoke, proprietary technology to maximize efficiency of ad spend.

Genius Sports Media has also launched a broad portfolio of live data-driven widgets for digital publishers to engage their audiences, drive advertising revenue and tap into the growing opportunity in sports betting content. This includes a full, easily-integrated odds comparison service and affiliate marketing platform.

Mark Locke, CEO of Genius Sports Group, said: “We have been helping brands acquire customers for well over a decade and have subsequently built an understanding of how and when sports fans engage with media that simply can’t be replicated by traditional agencies.

“Using this expertise, in combination with our rapidly expanding live data portfolio, advertisers targeting sports fans can instantly connect with them in real-time to build stronger relationships that significantly increase conversion rates.

“By unifying these capabilities with our new suite of publisher products, Genius Sports Media both extends and optimizes the services we can provide for brands and publishers in this highly competitive marketplace.”

 

Continue Reading

Industry News

Bingo in the 21st century, lots of changes and many choices

George Miller

Published

on

Bingo in the 21st century, lots of changes and many choices
Reading Time: 3 minutes

 

I didn’t know much about the bingo industry as it wasn’t something that we have been reporting on, however after reading a few stories about how the bingo player sphere is changing, I must say, it is pretty fascinating.

The perception of bingo is mostly categorized as a game traditionally played by groups of middle-aged women over a glass of wine. This game play would take place in a bingo hall or retirement home, but things have certainly evolved with the digital age and lately there has been a huge shift.

Some recent reports show that only 21% of players are over the age of 55 and millennials are well over 25%, meaning the bingo industry has managed to attract a new crowd. A crowd which isn’t easy to please, by the way.

Online Bingo has somehow managed to keep the social spirit of the land-based game alive via integrated live chat, chat games, mobile play option and even forums. These are the favorite ways in which millennials communicate and spend their time.

Four main varieties of bingo

90 Ball Bingo: the most common type of bingo in the UK. The type of bingo game that is most commonly played in bingo halls in the UK, and online by UK players. 90 Ball Bingo is played on a card that features nine columns and three rows.

75 Ball Bingo: 75 ball bingo is the most common type of bingo in the USA, but recently has managed to gain popularity online with players in the UK. The game is played on a card that features five columns and five rows.

80 Ball Bingo: 80 ball bingo is fairly popular online. It is played on a card that features four columns and four rows.

30 Ball Bingo (aka Speed Bingo): also known as speed bingo, is a fast-paced version of bingo. It is fun to play and enjoyed by many and it has gained a great deal of popularity online. The game only features thirty balls, and it is played on cards that feature three rows and three columns.

Aside from there being four main types of bingo games, many sites also offer a number of different bingo rooms, and themed bingo games, such as Deal or No Deal bingo, and almost all major bingo websites also feature chat rooms. As mentioned above, this feature attract lots of millennials players and it’s evolving daily.

This is the online area on which members can socialize, get to know each other and just have fun. Many chat rooms, however, also feature chat room games.

Bingo operators have understood that by adding live chat and mobile accessibility into the mix, is like a match made in millennial heaven.

But that is not all, players can opt for their favorite choice of bingo and most of them are also available to play for free. Just opt to play free online bingo and win real money.

Not everyone happy that millennials are fans of bingo

It’s pretty strange that not everybody is happy about the new era, The Telegraph reported that bingo loyalists are unhappy about millennial slang creeping into the game, referring to the nicknames for numbers as they are called out – being replaced with modern slang.

These slangs are being heard in in hipster clubs where you can play bingo with your friends while enjoying vegan food and drinking cocktails.

The subject is approached by bingo operators in different manners and not all feel the same way. Large operators, which cater to thousands of bingo fans of all ages across the country, said they have never had any complaints from offended customers. Other have started implementing for the new century players, changing bingo games because millennials want different things from the game compared with previous generations of players.

We are really looking forward to see how bingo will evolve in the next five years and we are certain that the traditional four main varieties will see newcomers.

Continue Reading

Industry News

Spain’s CEJUEGO Releases “Gaming and Society” Report

Niji Narayan

Published

on

Spain's CEJUEGO Releases “Gaming and Society” Report
Photo Source: theolivepress.es
Reading Time: 1 minute

 

CEJUEGO, Spain’s leading gaming trade association, has released its “Gaming and Society” report. As per the report, 9 out of 10 adults in Spain see gambling as an acceptable pastime and 29 million people played at least one type of gambling modality last year. The study was carried out by the Institute of Politics and Governance at the Carlos III University of Madrid.

The study shows that 92% of some of the people surveyed see gaming as leisure. Approximately 6.6 million people (which represent 20% of the population in Spain) visited a casino, bingo or gambling facility in 2018. Moreover, it was detailed that the rate of problem gambling was 0.3% of the Spanish adult population.

“Regarding the games managed by private operators, the analysis concludes that they attracted more restricted audiences of different generations, highlighting that their clients are divided into those who play out of curiosity and those who play as a hobby and because they offer them spaces to socialise with friends and acquaintances,” a spokesperson for CEJUEGO said.

Approximately 1.5 million people gambled online during the study period which represents 0.9% of the total population in Spain. “This group shows dispersed behaviour patterns, from those who play stably to those who do it out of curiosity or who bet on an exciting game. The behaviour of these users indicates that they have learned how to play online and rationalise their use – shorter sessions, moderate monthly spending or decreases in the playing of some games,” CEJUEGO said.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
NSoft

Global Gaming Industry Newsletter – Weekly Digest (sent every Wednesday)

Please select all the ways you would like to hear from European Gaming Media and Events:

You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website.

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here. Read more about European Gaming Media and Event's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

Subscribe to our News via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to our news and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Latest by author

Trending

Notice for AdBlock users

We are constantly showing banners about important news regarding events and product launches. Please turn AdBlock off in order to see these areas.