The future of online gambling is bright thanks to smartphones

Published on August 2, 2016 in Industry News

Mobile casino gamblingIn a 2015 report it was found that the third highest of all online access is now via smartphones instead of the opposed desktop computers. According to the report it has proven that two thirds of adults own a smartphone and spend an average of nearly two hours on it per day. Google provides further evidence for mobile growth by showing that more searches take place on mobile devices than it does on a PC.
 

“Some industry experts suggest that smartphones might soon become the only computing device we use as the PC industry continues on its downward trend.”

Smartphones are also leading the way when it comes to online casino gaming. The casino industry has seen a growth in popularity and is now worth more than $45 billion thanks to the growth in smartphone usage. The industry is being reshaped by mobile devices and it is even said that mobile casino gambling will account for 40% of the online gambling market within the next 3 years. The increase in mobile usage has motivated operators to develop a wider variety of mobile games with personalised features and it also allows users to access gaming platforms instantly and conveniently from their phones.

Games like Candy Crush, Angry Birds and Pokémon Go are some of the leaders in increasing online gaming popularity and it is not hard to see how games of chance have created a significant pull in the mobile gaming market. The mobile gambling numbers have spiked by 75% year on year since 2012 and makes it easy to see that playing online is a popular way of entertainment that adds the extra excitement of winning a jackpot or two.

The speed of play offered by casino providers allows you to have fun while winning money on the go. Popular games such as bingo, blackjack, baccarat, roulette and slot machines have been revitalized for the digital smartphone age. 

Thanks to the dynamic developments in technology and the dramatic move to mobile use over the past few years, it is safe to say that the mobile gambling market is set to grow at an incredibly fast pace and will only see improvement as time goes on.