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Betting & Gaming Market Report 2013 Product Image

Betting & Gaming Market Report 2013

  • ID: 2768539
  • December 2013
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • 78 Pages
  • Key Note Publications Ltd

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Bet365 Group Ltd
  • Betfair Group Plc
  • Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd
  • Gala Coral Group Ltd
  • Genting UK Plc
  • Ladbrokes Plc
  • MORE

The betting and gaming market in the UK has declined in terms of consumer expenditure over the past 5-year period between 2008 and 2012, and grew by 2.7% in 2012. This decline is largely due to the recession, which saw many consumer markets struggle in 2009; however, the years that followed showed strong performance within the gambling industry. The market is divided into the different type of game or bet that a consumer can play, and is broken down into the following sectors: lotteries, casinos, licensed bingos, gaming machines, football pools and bookmaking.

The primary consumers within all sectors of the market are males, with the only exception being that of the licensed bingo sector which is most popular among female consumers. The growth in online bingo in recent years has expanded this market sector, along with all online areas of the industry. Remote gambling has become increasingly widespread, thus making the market more accessible, with consumers able to place bets at the click of a button from wherever they are at that moment in time. The influx of smartphone and tablet technology is aiding this area of the market, as well as facilitating growth especially among the READ MORE >

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Bet365 Group Ltd
  • Betfair Group Plc
  • Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd
  • Gala Coral Group Ltd
  • Genting UK Plc
  • Ladbrokes Plc
  • MORE

Executive Summary

1 Market Definition
REPORT COVERAGE
MARKET SECTORS
MARKET TRENDS
Football Clubs and Bookmakers Increase Partnerships
Olympics Give Bookies a Boost
Rise in Non-Sports Related Gambling
An Increased Retail Presence
Changing Nature of Gambling Means
ECONOMIC TRENDS
Table 11: UK Economic Trends (000, £m, %, million and £), 2008-2012
MARKET POSITION
The UK
Table 12: UK Household Final Consumption Expenditure on Games of Chance as
a Proportion of Total Expenditure on Recreational and Cultural Services
(£m and %), 2008-2012
Overseas

2 Market Size

THE TOTAL MARKET
Table 21: UK Household Final Consumption Expenditure
on Games of Chance at Current Prices (£m), 2008-2012
Figure 21: UK Household Final Consumption Expenditure
on Games of Chance at Current Prices (£m), 2008-2012
BY MARKET SECTOR
Lotteries
The National Lottery
Table 22: Amount Staked in the National Lottery (£m),
Years Ending 31st March 2009-2013
The Health Lottery
Other Lotteries
Table 23: Ticket Sales and Prizes of Regulated Lotteries Other Than The National
Lottery in Great Britain (£m), Years Ending 31st March 2008-2012
Casinos
Table 24: Casino Drop and House Win in Great Britain
(£m and %), Years Ending 31st March 2008-2012
Bingo
Table 25: Amounts Staked at Bingo Clubs in Great Britain (£m), Years Ending
31st March 2009-2012
Gaming Machines
Table 26: Gross Gambling Yield of AGC and FEC Gambling Machines in Great Britain
(£m), Years Ending 31st March 2009-2012
Football Pools
Table 27: Pool Betting Turnover in Great Britain by Subsector (£m), Years Ending
31st March 2009-2012
Figure 23: Pool Betting Turnover in Great Britain by Subsector Share (%), Year
Ending 31st March 2012
Bookmaking
Table 28: Turnover of Off-Course and On-Course Betting
Shops in Great Britain by Subsector (£m), Years 31st Ending March 2009-2012
Remote Gambling
Table 29: Turnover of the Remote Gambling Sector in Great Britain by Subsector
(£m), Years Ending 31st March 2009-2012
Figure 24: Turnover of the Remote Gambling Sector in Great Britain by Subsector
Share (£m), Year Ending 31st March 2012
BETTING AND GAMING DUTIES
Table 210: Receipts from Betting, Gaming and Lottery Duties (£m), Financial Years
Ending 31st March 2009-2013
Figure 25: Receipts from Betting, Gaming and Lottery Duties (£m), Financial Years
Ending 31st March 2009-2013

3 Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats

STRENGTHS
WEAKNESSES
OPPORTUNITIES
THREATS

4 Current Issues

CONTROVERSIAL REPUTATION OF THE GAMBLING INDUSTRY
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL MEDIA, MARKETING CAMPAIGNS AND
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
CORPORATE ACTIVITY
Betfred
Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd
Gala Coral Group Ltd
Ladbrokes PLC
The Rank Group PLC
Sportech PLC
William Hill
LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

5 Forecasts

INTRODUCTION
General Economic Forecasts
Table 51: Economic Forecasts (000, % and million), 2013-2017
FORECASTS 2013 TO 2017
Table 52: Forecast UK Household Final Consumption Expenditure on Games
of Chance at Current Prices (£m), 2013-2017
Figure 51: Forecast UK Household Final Consumption Expenditure on Games
of Chance at Current Prices (£m), 2013-2017
MARKET GROWTH
Figure 52: Forecast UK Net Expenditure on Games of Chance
at Current Prices (£m), 2008-2017
FUTURE TRENDS
Upcoming Sports Event
New Gambling Products and Services
Effects of Legislative Changes

6 Company Profiles

BET365 GROUP LTD
BETFAIR GROUP PLC
CAMELOT UK LOTTERIES LTD
DONE BROTHERS (CASH BETTING) LTD
GALA CORAL GROUP LTD
GENTING UK PLC
LADBROKES PLC
THE RANK GROUP PLC
SPORTECH PLC
WILLIAM HILL PLC

7 Further Sources

Associations
Publications
Government Publications
Other Sources

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- Bet365 Group Ltd
- Betfair Group Plc
- Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd
- Done Brothers (Cash Betting) Ltd
- Gala Coral Group Ltd
- Genting UK Plc
- Ladbrokes Plc
- Sportech Plc
- The Rank Group Plc
- William Hill Plc

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