Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p32zth/analyzing_the) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing the Casinos & Gambling Industry in the US" report to their offering.
Aruvian Research analyzes the Casinos and Gambling Industry in the US in its report Analyzing the Casinos & Gambling Industry in the US. We begin with an analysis of the global casinos and gaming industry through an industry overview, industry value analysis, industry segmentation, regulatory framework, industry competition and an industry outlook. We also analyze the factors that are impacting the global casinos and gambling industry such as regulations, mergers & acquisitions, international trade, industry globalization, amongst others.
The casinos and gaming industry in The United States experienced very strong growth in the past years during the post-recession period. As the U.S. economy sagged, gambling was there to try and prop it up. The US casinos & gaming sector had a total gross gaming win of $95 billion in 2011.
Las Vegas Sands, Chickasaw Nation and MGM Resorts International are the top players in the industry. US Gaming industry will show improvements in 2011 with a strong support from Las Vegas where tourist arrival expected to increase once again after declining for two consecutive years. On the other hand regional markets expected to struggle with the loss made in the past years. Improvement on the Las Vegas Strip, which results in more jobs and increased pay, is the primary driver behind the stabilization. Still, recent growth has been modest, as shown in the charts below. Slot revenues represent approximately 85% of locals gaming revenue, and we believe a good portion of this comes from video poker.
Also, efforts to legalize online poker at the federal level have bogged down, and are unlikely to be passed during a Presidential election year. Meanwhile, individual states are picking up the slack, with Nevada and Delaware both passing forms of online gaming. However, these states have a relatively small population size, which limits the scope of that market. More problematic in our view is that state-by-state approach has the potential to create an inconsistent, and perhaps competing, set of regulations across states.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
B. Industry Definition
C. Global Casinos & Gaming Industry
D. Factors Impacting the Industry
E. Casinos & Gambling Industry in the US
F. Online Gaming Industry in the US
G. Casinos & Gambling in the US: Future Perspective
H. Major Industry Players
- 32Red Plc
- Ameristar Casinos
- Boyd Gaming Corporation
- Bwin.party Digital Entertainment Plc
- Caesars Entertainment Corporation
- Isle of Capri Casinos
- Las Vegas Sands Corporation
- MGM Resorts International
- New York State Lottery
- Penn National Gaming
- Pinnacle Entertainment
- Playtech Ltd
- William Hill Plc
- Wynn Resorts
- Zynga Inc
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