This 8th edition of Juniper Research's industry-leading report provides the reader with an in-depth analysis of the mobile gambling arena covering the trends, challenges and opportunities across this fast-growing sector.
This 8th edition of Juniper Research's industry-leading report provides the reader with an in-depth analysis of the mobile gambling arena covering the trends, challenges and opportunities across this fast-growing sector. With extensive analysis of the legislative changes at state, national and international level, assessing the relative opportunities for service deployment and monetisation, it provides an essential guide for both current and prospective gambling service providers. Readers can also benefit from the accompanying Mobile Gambling 2013-2018 Excel.
The report delivers a thorough evaluation of the key challenges and decisions facing gambling operators, including:
Expert analysis is backed up by interviews with leading players across the mobile gambling value chain, including Unibet, Williams Interactive and Mobenga. It also includes a series of strategic recommendations designed to enable service providers to maximise their opportunity in this fast evolving market.
For almost ten years, Juniper Research has delivered the benchmark forecasts on the mobile gambling industry. These revised and expanded five-year forecasts project key metrics such as:
Within the report, these forecasts are split by device type (handset/tablet/total), by gambling sector (casino, lottery, betting and exchange betting) and by 8 key regions. The report features 61 forecast tables and 58 pages of forecasts and forecast analysis. These forecasts are backed up by an assessment of how regulatory developments at state, national and international levels will impact upon the mobile gambling industry.
the accompanying Mobile Gambling 2013-2018 Excel offers additional layers of granularity, including country level forecasts for the US, Canada, France, Italy, the UK, China and Japan. It also splits handsets into smartphones and featurephones, and includes more than 120 tables and 13,100 data points.
Interviewed: Bally Technologies, Greentube, Joingo, Mobenga, Plumbee, Sencha, Svenska Spel, Unibet, Williams Interactive,
Profiled: 888 Holdings, Betfair, bwin.party, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Probability PLC, Unibet, William Hill.
Case Studied: Bally Technologies, Skrill, VODone, Zynga.
Mentioned: 32Red, 500.com, AAMS (Amministrazione Autonoma dei Monopoli di Stado), Adobe, AGA (American Gaming Association), Aktel, All American Poker Network, AllAfrica, Amaya, Amazon, American Wagering Inc, Apple, ARJEL (Autorité de Régulation des Jeux En Ligne), Association of Licensed Telecoms Operators, AT&T, Avenue Capital Group, Barclays, Beijing Caiwang Bohui Technology Company Limited, Belcasinos, Bet24, Bet365, Betandwin, Betchoice, BetClic, Betdaq, BlackBerry, Blue Square, Bluefin Labs, Boku, Boyd, Brandywine Booking LLC, BrightAl, CAIXA, Camelot, Cantor Gaming, Carmen Media Group, Cayetano, China Mobile, China Unicom Guangdong, Chinasatcom, CIE (Caesars Interactive Entertainment), Cmedia, Cogetech, Crown Limited, Danske Licens Spil, De Lotto, Delaware State Lottery, Deutsche Telekom, Doubledown Interactive, Dragon Joyce Group, EasyOdds.com, Egasa Group, EGBA (European Gaming and Betting Association), Entraction, Essel (Zee) Group, EuroMillions, EurosportBet, Facebook, Financial Times, First Cagayan Leisure and Resort Corporation, France Pari, Fun88, Gala Coral Group, Gambling Commission, Gambling Review Commission, Gamesys, Gaming Investments Pty Ltd, GBGC (Global Betting and Gaming Consultants), Genaysys, GeoComply, GetJar, Global Betting Exchange Alderney Limited, Golden Nugget, Google, Groupe Partouche, Guangdong Kingold Telecommunications, Health Lottery, Heilongjiang Welfare Lottery Center, Hong Kong Jockey Club, HTC, IDDAA, IGT, Intralot, Japan Racing Association, JCM Global, Lawn Tennis Association, Lenovo, LG, LinkedIn, Locaid, Locus Gaming, Longcheer, Lottery 365, MacroView Labs, MagicPlan, Managed Gaming Solutions, Mecca Bingo, Mediaset España, Mega Millions, Merge Network, Mfuse, MGM, Microgame France, Microgaming, Milenium, mkodo, Mobisky, Mohegan Sun, MotoGP, Mozilla, Mr Bookmaker, My Lotto Mobile, Napoleon Games, National Gambling Board, National Gambling Office, Nektan, Nevada Gaming Commission, Nevada Gaming Control Board, New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement, Nigerian Communications Commission, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, O2, OFCOM, OLBG.com, Olympique de Marseille, O2, OpenBet, Orange, Palace Group, PartyGaming PLC, Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation, PhilWeb, Playtech, Playtika, Playwin, Playyoo SA, PMU (Pari Mutuel Urbain), PokerFuse, PokerStars, Polla Chilena de Beneficencia, Real Madrid, Remote Gambling Association, ROK Corporation, RSC Anderlecht, Safaricom, Scientific Games, SCM Lawyers, Sencha, Shenzhen Happywind Software Development Co Ltd, SHFL, Sierra Development Company, Skybet, Slotland Entertainment SA, SmartPay, SNAI, Solfive Group, Spanish Acrismatic, Spin 3, Sportingbet, Sportsbet Australia, Sprint, Stadium Technology, Stan James, Stanley Leisure, Stratosphere, STS, Suertia, Szerencsejáték Zrt, Takara-kuji, TBH Guernsey Limited, Techfirm, Telefonica, Tipsport, T-Mobile, TonyBet, Totolotek, Turkcell, TvTak, Twitter, Ultimate Poker, UNIRE (Unione nazionale incremento razze equine), Verizon, Vodafone, W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), WagerWorks, WBX, Wynn Interactive LLC, YouTube, Zero 36, ZTE.
8 Key Regions include: North America; Latin America; Western Europe; Central & Eastern Europe; Far East & China; Indian Subcontinent; Rest of Asia Pacific and Africa & the Middle East.
Windsor Holden, Dr.
Dr. Windsor Holden is Research Director with Juniper Research. He has authored more than 40 full length reports for Juniper Research, including four editions of its much heralded Mobile Entertainment series.
Windsor has extensive experience in consultancy: he has led bespoke market sizing and forecast projects for a wide variety of Juniper Research clients, and has conducted due diligence on a mobile content aggregator for a leading financial institution. Prior to working at Juniper Research, Windsor worked as an analyst with Analysys, Espicom and Kagan World Media.
Windsor has a PhD from the University of Leeds and is also a former Research Fellow of the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds.