Mobile Gambling hopes to reach high by 2017

Gaming Club released a news report conducted by Juniper Research revealing the surprising figures the mobile gambling industry is expected to reach by 2017. The industry is hoping to be valued at $100 billion and $45 billion in net profits in the region are expected to be earned by some of the top companies in the business.

These results shows the remarkable growth the gambling activity is about to face, boosted up with the increasing demand for mobile casino games in mobile smartphone devices.

In the UK for example, 62% of people own smartphones, representing a 13% growth if compared to October 2011. The smartphone technology allows gamblers the chance to play without being limited to desktops or workstations, ensuring anyone owning one of these devices the chance to enjoy the gambling games.

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