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Gambling’s Gone Mobile
Technology has come on leaps and bounds over recent years, so that people on the move can keep in touch while out and about. Mobile apps, smartphones and tablets have all helped to revolutionise
technology, helping us to do whatever we need to do on the net, whenever we need to do it.
While many of us will be content with accessing our emails, surfing the net and playing the odd game of Candy Crush, others will love knowing that having a little flutter on the go is easy, too. The
Jackpot247 infographic delves a little deeper into the facts and figures of mobile gambling, helping to shed a little light on gaming on the move.
As a nation, we’re used to waiting around for things. We love a good queue and will fill our time with whatever we can when we’re waiting for something or wishing the minutes away as we embark on the
commute to work. It’s no wonder mobile gaming has risen sharply over recent years, enabling us to have a little fun, no matter how arduous the task at hand.
As of September 2013, 16million people head online for a flutter and 2.2m of these people gamble on the go using their smartphones. These so-called ‘phablets’ have helped more and more people to
enjoy online gaming, no matter where they are, and with an estimated 20% annual growth in mobile gambling, the industry is showing no signs of slowing down.
As you can expect, there’s gender differences when it comes to online gambling – from the games we choose to play, to our habits whilst playing them. While there’s a significant rise in the number of
ladies reaching for their mobile to have a quick gamble, men continue to dominate the market with a whopping 76%.
So, what does the future hold for online gaming? The last two years has seen a huge rise in mobile gamblers, with more and more people ditching their desktop in favour of their mobile, and this trend is
bound to go up and up. In fact, by 2018, it’s believed that mobile gambling will dominate the market entirely