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1 in 10 Adults Will Gamble Online By 2019

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Posted on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 by "T".
According to a new studies, more than 1 in 10 adults will be active in online gambling by 2019. A study conducted by Juniper Research (an international investment analyst company) have shown that Italy and the United Kingdom will dominate nearly half of the projected market, which simply means that Europe is where people are most active when it comes to online gambling. There are two major factor[...]   Read more » 1 in 10 Adults Will Gamble Online By 2019

  18-Nov-15, 12:22   #1
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klash23 
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Only 1 in 10?sounds quite low.I think the bigger concern is more people spending a lot of money on purchases for games like candy crush to buy cheats etc which is probably worse than the typical gambler as those games are made to be addictive.

     
  18-Nov-15, 12:42   #2
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Calmplay 

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hell yeah, 1 in 10 is very very low IMO... I'd say at least 3 in 10 and we must know what age they consider as adult because in my country 18 yrs and you're an adult haha so need to know this detail...

     
  18-Nov-15, 18:01   #3
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SBEP 

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Dont worry bro, the way the economy is going to tank, even more people then 3 in 10 will turn to fast money, first signs of economy going bad is number of people going up betting on sports, next indicator is selling of liquor going up and the services of night ladies going up, and the economy so far has been hanging on finger nails, but not for long, with the emigration now and couple of other thing, there is no way out for the economy to go up, except but down, so don't worry there will be a lot of fish on the poker tables Thumbs Up

     
  18-Nov-15, 19:05   #4
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damosk 
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I tend to agree that 1 in 10 is not as high as I thought. However it does depend on the demographic of the meaning of gambling. The world has moved on a long way from a walk down to the bookies.... To people gambling as a social stimuli and a huge proportion of thiose can't actually afford to do so.

     
  19-Nov-15, 02:18   #5
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bowie1984 

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Posted by klash23:
Only 1 in 10?sounds quite low.I think the bigger concern is more people spending a lot of money on purchases for games like candy crush to buy cheats etc which is probably worse than the typical gambler as those games are made to be addictive.

Except goddamn candy crush won't ever threw you into the hands of loan sharks just like gambling could do it u...

     
  19-Nov-15, 09:18   #6
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pochui 

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sure 1 in 10 people becoming degenerated gamblers seem quite low in the future era of robotization, where people will have no jobs other than putting their savings on red or black... uk and italy to get 1/2 of market... ha ha ha. done reading after this "projection". some needs to re-project this projection imho.

     
  20-Nov-15, 19:32   #7
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TheTheMASTER 
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well it seems to me that 1/10 is surely very low percentage, anyone can see that we live in an age where everything you need is in net, and as far as i know the gambling is almost in all of us!

     
  21-Nov-15, 01:40   #8
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bowie1984 

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Posted by pochui:
sure 1 in 10 people becoming degenerated gamblers seem quite low in the future era of robotization, where people will have no jobs other than...

Other than Steve Jobs. I am not kidding. Apple gonna buy all the other corporations in the future, and we will have to worship 'Steve' more in the altar of innovation.

     
  21-Nov-15, 12:20   #9
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klash23 
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Hey Bowie....there are plenty of people who have massive debts from in app purchases,at least with gambling even the worst gambler can get lucky once in a while but these phone games are made with the intention of fleecing people,especially young kids/young adults.
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/phones/2013/02/ki...
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2463636/How-w...

     
  21-Nov-15, 17:48   #10
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pochui 

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Posted by bowie1984:
I am not kidding. Apple gonna buy all the other corporations in the future, and we will have to worship 'Steve' more in the altar of innovation.

naah, i'm not selling my "International Balls Shaving" (aka IBS, don't confuse with IBM) Corp. so you will always have a chance to worship ME instead of Stevie..

     
  22-Nov-15, 02:16   #11
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bowie1984 

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Posted by pochui:
Posted by bowie1984:
I am not kidding. Apple gonna buy all the other corporations in the future, and we will have to worship 'Steve' more in the altar of innovation.

naah, i'm not selling my "International Balls Shaving" (aka IBS, don't confuse with IBM) Corp. so you will always have a chance to worship ME instead of Stevie..

TBH u talk so much about ballshaving yet not one thread here is dedicated to it, so...
I guess your company needs marketing budget, right?

     
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