DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "The South African Gambling Industry in South Africa 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report examines the South African gambling industry, focusing on casinos, betting, limited payout machines, bingo and the National Lottery. Current conditions, the regulatory environment, legislative changes and other factors that influence the success of the sector are covered in this detailed report.
Profiles for 13 companies are provided, including Ithuba Holdings, which is the licensed operator of the National Lottery, and Phumelela Gaming and Leisure Ltd, which provides betting opportunities primarily on horseracing via its totalisator system and a network of 143 TAB outlets, 72 agencies, 85 Betting World outlets, an internet betting site, cellular phone and telephone betting (telebet) centres.
In the 2016/2017 financial year the local gambling sector achieved gross gambling revenue (GGR) of some R27bn and supported more than 70,000 jobs. While the casino segment continues to lead the market, GGR at casinos declined in 2017 for the first time in the history of the industry.
The trend of relatively consistent double digit growth in gambling modes other than casinos has seen the overall market share shift significantly since 2010, when casinos accounted for some 85% of revenue. Currently casinos account for two-thirds of the market while other segments have made enormous gains, albeit from relatively low bases.
- Sun International Ltd
- Peermont Global (Pty) Ltd
- Emerald Safari Resort (Pty) Ltd
- Northern Cape Casino Consultants Kairo (Pty) Ltd
- Phumelela Gaming and Leisure Ltd
- Gold Circle (Pty) Ltd
- Tsogo Sun Holdings Ltd
- Niveus Investments Ltd
- O L I M P (Pty) Ltd
- Egoli Gaming (Pty) Ltd
- Netbet (Pty) Ltd
- Ithuba Holdings (RF) (Pty) Ltd
- ClickaBet (Pty) Ltd
Key Topics Covered:
2. Description of the Industry
3. Size of the Industry
4. State of the Industry
5. Influencing Factors
7. SWOT Analysis
9. Industry Associations
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