All About the Slot Machines in Macau

Slot_machines_in_Venetian-2Gambling tourism is Macau’s biggest source of revenue, making up about 50% of the economy. Visitors are made up largely of Chinese nationals from the mainland China and Hong Kong. With the entry of large foreign casinos from Las Vegas and Australia, Macau overtook the Las Vegas Strip in gaming revenues in 2007.

Sportsbooks For Chinese Players

 

Chinese online bookmakers focus on football, since 90% of all sports betting in China revolves around this sport. The second most popular sport to wager on in China is basketball, which Chinese internet bookmakers also cover.

Future and Challenges of iGaming in Thailand

 

Famous for its beautiful islands, wild parties and the enigmatic capital city of Bangkok, Thailand follows in the footsteps of other South-East Asian nations by maintaining a complete ban on the vast majority of gambling activities. There are only two exceptions; the State Lottery, and horse-racing, which is the only form of sports betting available within the countries’ borders.

Future and Challenges of iGaming in Russia


The Russian Federation is a lucrative place for the iGaming market. However, the government’s decision to ban gambling in the country has hurt the potential of the untapped market. Home to more than 142 million people and more than a few potential high rollers, Russia could be a mighty force in online gaming.

The Future of iGaming in Turkey

Whilst Turkey currently remains a secular state, the influence of Islam can still be seen in the government’s stance towards gambling. The country, which was once home to a thriving casino industry, has now largely banned gambling in all its forms, with the exception of a number of state-regulated enterprises. This hasn’t affected its citizens’ thirst for online slots, though, and many of the best casinos still welcome Turkish players with open arms.

Future of iGaming in Brazil

Over the last few years, the world’s fifth largest country has been experiencing incredible economic growth. Though things have slowed down recently, Brazil’s boom that’s brought a host of middle class comforts, like Internet access, to a population that’s readily embraced them.

Localization Is Bound To Make An Impact In Business

Acting on the favorable exchange rates for the US dollar overseas, the continued outsourcing trends, and the on-going overall globalization trend worldwide, companies all over the globe are accelerating their activities in foreign markets.

Malta: The European Hub for iGaming Industry

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Malta became a member of the EU in May 2004. This played a very important role in attracting remote gaming operators to Malta. With the present uncertainties of operating online and facing restrictions by national authorities, being established in Malta results in operators benefiting from the freedom of establishment and the freedom provide cross-border services within the EU.