How Will Online Gambling Change in 2022?

How Will Online Gambling Change in 2022?

2022 could see significant changes in online gambling. The revenue from the industry could reach $1 trillion. Brick and mortar bookmakers are closing at an alarming rate. Mobile gambling apps are also growing in popularity. The mobile gambling industry will have a 59% share of the gaming market by the end of 2022. One in two mobile gamers will be gambling online.

Virtual reality gaming is becoming more popular than ever. Online casinos are developing their platforms with virtual reality at the centre. By 2022, $250 billion will be generated from virtual Reality gaming alone.

There are more and more online casinos that focus on transacting exclusively with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies improve the speed of transactions and offer greater privacy and effective anonymity.

Sports betting is a huge part of the online gambling industry. People are turning to sports betting as a way of keeping themselves entertained at home. The industry is expected to go from strength to strength. Whatever happens in 2022, we are likely to see more and more people gambling online.

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