Results of Survey “Future of Online Gambling after the Shockwaves”

Survey results analyse how the gambling industry sees the current critical issues and what potential strategic approaches could look like

August 2006 - The recent weeks were the toughest ever for the private online gambling industry: the Goodlatte/Leach Bill (online gambling prohibition bill) passed the US House of Representatives and has a chance to be passed by the Senate also; the CEO of online sportsbook BetonSports was arrested by the FBI; the high courts in Germany limited the validity of private betting licenses, … and these are just a few of the recent shockwaves to hit the online gambling industry. It is particularly the rapid succession of these events in just a few short weeks that shocked the industry.

These events have led to a high demand for more detailed information about how the gambling industry sees the current critical issues and what potential strategic approaches could look like. The ca. 100 respondents, most of them working for online gambling companies and including many industry leaders, offer their unique insights and assessments regarding issues such as:

  • Impact of current development of online gambling industry
  • Most affected sectors of the online gambling and gaming industry
  • The companies most and least affected by the recent developments
  • The biggest current threats to the online gambling industry
  • Immediate and medium-term effects of the current threats

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