Gaming market worth '$150bn' a year in Latin America

Gaming market worth '$150bn' a year in Latin America

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Totally Gaming

The Latin American gaming market could be worth $150bn a year if both the legal and illegal gaming activities were factored together, according to Research and Markets' latest study.
Latin Americans spend in the region of $10bn a year on gaming and gambling, with each person spending on average $250 per year.

The report highlighted Costa Rica, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela as the most prolific gambling countries in the region, while existing telecoms infrastructure and internet and mobile penetration levels provide interesting opportunities for mobile, internet and interactive TV gambling applications.

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