In an effort to make dissimilarities between Web-based personal computer gaming and gaming by mobile phones and interactive television, the Gaming Commission in the U. T. put together a Slot Online report that was the first in a series. One of the key goals, according to the commission, is to measure engaging to get a more accurate view of gaming in The british isles.
The commission lists these items among key findings of the Economy is shown 2009 survey:
i 9. 7 percent of 8, 000 adults surveyed in the U. T. said they had enjoyed in one of the forms of remote gaming in 08. This even compares to 7. 2 percent in 2006 and 8. 8 percent in 2007.
i The people most likely to take part in remote gaming: males between 15 and 44 years of age
i Most of the people who enjoyed in remote gaming used a personal computer — nearly 3 times more than mobile phone or interactive TV
It’s interesting to note that the consistent increase in engaging in the U. T. is primarily due to remote access for Britain’s National Lottery. When these lottery players are separated from the other survey participants, the numbers indicate that 5. 2 percent of the people surveyed took part in some form of remote gaming. The bottom line is that, in the U. T., more than 90 percent of the people don’t gamble online or by some other remote means.
The report also stands between participants based on the type of gaming. For example, only 2. 4 percent said they bet on horse racing of some type. Just 1. 1 percent played bingo from a remote location. Roulette and blackjack were played by 1 percent of the people surveyed.
The commission has also released similar gaming statistics through August 2009. This report shows a few slight differences from the Economy is shown data.
i 10. 2 percent of 8, 000 adults surveyed said they enjoyed in some form of remote gaming in the earlier month
i Remote gaming on a personal computer continued to be the most popular method (8. 6 percent)
i Statistics for various types of games didn’t show any significant changes, as 1. 1 percent played blackjack or roulette from a remote location.
In contrast to and can number of individuals who engage in online, mobile or interactive TV gaming, reports on all gaming for 2007 and 08 show that 68 percent of the population has tried some form of gaming. This means more than 30 million residents. It seems that the National Lottery, live casinos, gambling on parlors and other forms of in-person gaming are very popular with U. T. residents.
When the study took out the people who only purchased National Lottery tickets, results still show that nearly half of adults have tried gaming of some sort (48 percent). One of those millions of people, teen percent bet on horse racing and 14 percent played the slots.