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esports betting - the past and the future
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Stephen Crystal, Jeremy Smith
This report looks at the eSports betting industry as a whole. eSports stands for electronic sports. It is where players compete playing computer games on a professional level. These tournaments range in size from a small gathering to 45,000 people attending a live venue with a further 27 million people viewing the same match from their homes via their computers, tablets, or smartphones. As with any form of sport and competition an associated market for betting has arisen. New types of betting have also been created specifically for the industry (Skin betting). This sector has seen substantial growth in recent years, and this report examines which areas are seeing the increase and how the market might develop in the future. The report also describes a brief at the history of online gambling and eSports, considers how eSports compares to traditional sports, the statistics behind eSports betting, legal issues, types of bets and skin gambling.
MAXIMIZING ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY IN THE CASINO GAMING INDUSTRY NEEDS CONFIDENT REGULATORY AND OPERATOR PARTNERSHIP
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"Asymmetrical levels of ambition, confidence and awareness between regulators and operators in which casino gaming operates, will miss opportunities created by the demand within local and global casino gaming markets" .. "Where regulatory bodies and gaming operators share symmetrical levels of ambition, confidence and awareness of the appetite of the current and future markets for casino gaming, they bring best in class rules, technologies and products. These elements support the effective regulatory environment required to protect the integrity and confidence of the industry, and provide the optimal mix of product, services and experiences in demand by today’s and future consumers, to the benefit of all directly and indirectly associated economic sectors."