Top 20 Countries Gaming Revenues

Here are the top 20:

  1. U.S.A.: $20.5 billion
  2. China: $17.9 billion
  3. Japan: $12.2 billion
  4. Germany: $3.43 billion
  5. U.K.: $3.43 billion
  6. Korea: $3.36 billion
  7. France: $2.6 billion
  8. Canada: $1.7 billion
  9. Italy: $1.5 billion
  10. Spain: $1.49 billion
  11. Brazil: $1.34 billion
  12. Russian Federation: $1.14 billion
  13. Australia: $1.14 billion
  14. Mexico: $1 billion
  15. Taiwan: $643 million
  16. India: $583 million
  17. Netherlands: $433 million
  18. Turkey: $375 million
  19. Sweden: $370 million
  20. Switzerland: $326 million

When you divide gaming revenues by online citizens, here are the top 10 highest-spending countries in the world per capita:

  1. Japan: $120/person
  2. Korea: $79/person
  3. U.S.A.: $74/person
  4. U.K.: $62/person
  5. Australia: $55/person
  6. Canada: $54/person
  7. Germany: $50/person
  8. Switzerland: $47/person
  9. France: $46.38/person
  10. Ireland: $46/person

 

Malaysia has make gaming revenues of around $81,861,000  in 2014. Which have global rank of 45 in online gaming and casino.Like as Singapore makes casino revenue of $84,975,000 with having rank of 48 just 3 point behind the Malaysia.

Online casinos, also known as virtual casinos or Internet casinos Online casinos enable gamblers to play and wager on casino games through the web. It is a prolific form of online gambling.

Online casinos generally offer odds and payback percentages that are comparable to land-based casinos. Some online casinos claim higher payback percentages for slot machine games, and some publish payout percentage audits on their websites. Assuming that the online casino is using an appropriately programmed random number generator, table games like blackjack have an established house edge. The payout percentage for these games are established by the rules of the game.

Source:

http://venturebeat.com/2014/06/24/gamer-globe-the-top-100-countries-by-2014-game-revenue/

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