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REVENUES PER GAME TYPE 2016 GAME TYPE


NewSlots VLT


Comma 7 Bingo


Horse betting Sport betting Totalisator Lotterie Lotto


Tournament skill games Card games Virtual Reality


Betting Exchange TOTAL


with an estimated revenue of €189bn. Italy offers a complete range of tourist delights from skiing, sightseeing to beaches and vineyards.


Te islands such as Capri and Ischia offer thermal spas whilst the cities provide sightseeing trips and designer shopping. Rome is the third most visited city in Europe and 14th in the world with between seven and 10 million tourists a year followed by Milan and Venice.


Italy was hit hard by the global economic crisis and suffered serious debt. In fact its economy


REVENUE €26.3bn


€23.1bn €236m €1.6bn €608m €7.5bn €1.5bn €8.9bn €8.0bn €755m €15.2bn €1.1bn €784m


€95.5bn


WINNINGS €18.8bn


€20.3bn -


€1.1bn €437m €6.5bn €849m €6.5bn €5.0bn €685m €14.7bn €974m €781m


€76.9bn


has shrunk by around 10 per cent since 2007 when the country endured a triple dip recession. GDP prior had been around five per cent growth with a progressive slowdown during the 80s and 90s which virtually stopped in 2000. In 2014 public debt stood at over 135 per cent of GDP ranking second after Greece.


Tere continues to be a slump in consumption and investment whilst smaller enterprises have been hit hardest. Tere is a huge north-south divide whilst the richest region is Lombardy and the poorest Calabria. Unemployment is around


PLAYER EXPENDITURE €7.4bn


€2.7bn €236m €467m €171m €939m €731m €2.4bn €3.0bn €70m


€510m €192m €3m


€19bn


12 per cent. Te Italian gaming sector is understandably very wary of the end of year. Tis is when the annual Budget Law is approved and usually contains some changes for the gambling sector. Last year was no exception.


Te government is raising taxes on tobacco and gambling to crack down on evasion of VAT and help it reduce this year’s budget deficit, as demanded by the European Union. Te emergency deficit cuts are worth €3.4bn (0.2 per cent of GDP).


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