iGaming Growth

While the growth of online gambling in the U.S. had stalled, it recently picked up with the legalization of iGaming in two more states, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, adding to the original three, Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey. Online gaming revenue has continued to climb since it was introduced in the mid 1990s. Projections are that it will continue to expand. This chart was included in a white paper produced by BMM Testlabs called “Online Gaming: Location.Location/Location” that examined the subject of geolocation.

For copies of this white paper, contact Robin Bernhard at robin.bernhard@bmm.com.

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