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Casinos, Gaming & Wagering 2011  |  Part of Casino City's Gaming Analyst Package

Casinos, Gaming & Wagering 2011
246 Pages
ISBN 1-57783-171-3


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A Concise, Timely Survey of Every Segment of the Casino, Gaming and Wagering Sectors in the US

  • Provides overview of US casino, gaming and wagering operations and trends for gaming, lodging, entertainment, nightlife, dining, amenities, retail, and conventions - plus new sections for online gambling and sports betting
  • Covers all types of gaming properties including megaresorts, hotels, tribal casinos, riverboat casinos, racinos, horse and dog tracks, card rooms, Jai-alai frontons, and bingo parlors
  • Provides state-by-state gaming statistics
Approximately 70% of adults placed a wager of some type in 2010. Americans wagered approximately $900 billion at casinos and racetracks, playing lottery games, and on other forms of legal betting. Gross gaming revenue – the amount retained by casinos, race tracks, lotteries, and other gaming hosts – totaled $88.6 billion in 2010. Casinos, Gaming & Wagering 2011 provides an in-depth analysis of the entire scope of these activities.

Demographic profiles of casino patrons and lottery players are provided in Casinos, Gaming & Wagering 2011, quantifying casino visitors and lottery players for 89 metropolitan areas.

Casinos, Gaming & Wagering 2011 also presents a statistical review of the casino sector covering casinos of all type: casino-megaresorts, casino-hotels, tribal casinos, riverboat casinos, racinos, card rooms, and bingo parlors. Emerging areas such as mobile wagering, server-based gaming, and skill-based gaming are also covered, as well as the latest trends in table games, slot machines, and sports betting. Further, the handbook assesses U.S. lotteries on a state-by-state basis. Thoroughbred and harness racing, greyhound racing, and jai-alai are also covered. And the outlook for legalized Internet gambling in the United States is discussed.

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Key Topics Covered:

PART I: MARKET OVERVIEW
  • Market Assessment
  • Legalized Gaming & Wagering:
    State-by-State
  • Key Players
PART II: CASINOS
  • Market Assessment
  • Gaming Commissions
  • Casinos: State-by-State
  • Commercial Casinos
  • Tribal Casinos
  • Cruise, Offshore, & In-Flight Casinos
  • Table Games
  • Slots & Electronic Gaming Machines
  • Sports Books & Mobile Wagering
  • Economic Impact of Casinos
  • Player Demographics
  • Las Vegas Visitor Profile
PART III: Lotteries
  • Market Assessment
  • State Agencies
  • Lottery Games
  • Video Lottery Terminals
  • Player Demographics
PART IV: PARIMUTUEL WAGERING
  • Market Assessment
  • Racing Commissions
  • Thoroughbred & Harness Racing
  • Greyhound Racing
  • Jai-Alai
  • Advanced Deposit Wagering
PART V: OTHER GAMING & WAGERING
  • Poker
  • Bingo
  • Online Gambling
  • Sports Betting
  • Sweepstakes Cafes