The most recent online gambling statistics are based on the age groups of the respondent population. One in five people gambled outside of their home. This rate has not changed significantly from the previous year, despite the increased time spent at home. Among the ages of 18 to 24, one in five reported gambling outside of their home. These results suggest that online gambling is on the rise in the UK. There are several factors contributing to the increase in the number of players.
The United States gambling statistics have broken a record in the third quarter of 2021. This figure was $901 million, which is 15% higher than the first quarter. In the first half of the year, companies with gambling licenses earned $1.66 billion. The total amount for the entire year 2020 was $1.55 billion. According to these statistics, online gambling will continue to grow rapidly in the next few years. European and American operators will introduce innovative and non-standard approaches to online gambling.
While the number of accounts per person is increasing, it remains low compared to other age groups. The millennials are the biggest online gamblers. However, younger generations are also playing more often than older ones. According to the Annenberg Adolescent Communication Institute, 64% of young people play online slots at least once a week. They are also more likely to gamble using credit cards than their parents, and they are most likely to be female.