The Almanac covers casino and card room gaming, lotteries, and race and sports wagering, in every U.S. state and Canadian province. Current and inflation-adjusted historical revenue statistics are given for each type of gaming in each geographic market. Counts and distribution are provided for gaming properties, gaming machines and tables, along with profiles of properties, owners and regulatory agencies.
- U.S. gaming revenue grew 4.22%, to total $103.7 Billion
- The state of Wyoming experienced the most gaming revenue growth, followed by North Dakota, Kentucky, Maryland and North Carolina, respectively.
Across the U.S. and Canada:
- Casino and card room gaming accounted for 43.8% of total North American gaming revenue, lotteries for 24.8%, tribal gaming for 26.5%, race and sports wagering for 2.4%, charitable gaming for 2.26% and online gaming for 0.13%.
Besides online gaming, which experienced tremendous growth of 20.57%
due to its recent regulation, tribal gaming revenue in North America
increased by 5.33%, lotteries by 4.28% and casino/card room gaming by
0.3%. Gaming revenue from race/sports wagering and charitable gaming
declined by 2.75% and 0.53% respectively.
- Five years of annual revenue data through 2015
- Monthly revenue figures through 2017, where available
- 1,000 revenue charts and tables
- State-by-state comparisons
- Gaming property counts
- Property rankings and cross-reference lists
- Overviews of types of gaming
- Gaming machine and table counts and distribution
- More than 2,300 property profiles
- Over 500 property owner profiles
Key Topics Covered
2. North America
3. Gaming Property Owners
4. Properties Ranked By Size
5. Properties Grouped By Type & Gaming Activity
6. Appendix A: Assumptions And Methodology
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