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Though studies and collections of data
often run rampant on internet gambling forums, the meaning of such reports
is not always obvious to those players who donít understand the
technicalities and subtle trends of the market. The Remote Gambling
Association clarified some questions on the state of the industry this
week, explaining the numbers associated with a recent report by the
Nielsen monitoring group, giving some much needed insight to the surge of
interest in the UK online gambling industry.
The explanation was published in the publication CompuTech, with Brian Wright speaking on behalf of the Remote Gambling Association (RGA). His opinion does carry some weight, as the director of the organization, as he opined that the growth and progress of technology, as well as a shift in the interest of particular demographic groups have resulted in the surge of popularity for online gambling.
Because internet connection speeds are increasing, for example, the access to traditional online casinos is that much easier, making fast play on a regular basis far more attractive than when it was tapped into by a phone line. With cheaper access to the web far outweighing the costs of traveling to live casinos, such as those located in Atlantic City and Las Vegas, more bettors are turning online. Even mobile technology is effectively on the rise, with smart devices such as the iPhone bringing online gambling not only to the homes of gamblers all over the world, but to their fingertips wherever they are.
"The number of female gamblers is going up, along with the internet rate," said Wright. "A lot of that is to do with platforms like bingo, which is attractive to females." He clarified that the publication of the Nielsen study was especially helpful in bridging some of the data, noting that the popularity of parallel internet groups like social networking sites such as Facebook, is a clear correlative element to the UKís online gambling success.
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