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Africa Gambling Market - Industry Dynamics, Market Size, And Opportunity Forecast To 2030

Africa Gambling Market - (By Type- Digital and Offline; By Product- Casino, Lotteries, Poker and Betting; and By Country) – Industry Dynamics, Market Size, Opportunity and Forecast to 2030

  • Published On: 13-Jan-2022  |  Format: pdfpowerpointexcel  |  Report ID: AA0122119
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Africa Gambling Market

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REPORT SCOPE

Report AttributeDetails
Market Size Value in 2021US$ 3,048.05 Mn 
Expected Revenue in 2030US$ 5,637.37 Mn
Historic Data2017-2020
Base Year2021
Forecast Period2022-2030
UnitValue (USD Mn)
CAGR6.99%
Segments coveredBy type, product, and country
Key CompaniesSun International Ltd., Phumelela Gaming and Leisure Limited, Peermont Global Pty. Ltd..  and other prominent players.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Africa Gambling Market was valued at US$ 3,048.05 Mn in 2021.

The study period considered for the gambling market in Africa is 2017-2030.

The African Gambling Market is segmented into three broad categories namely – by type, by product and by country. 

The African Gambling Market is segmented into three broad categories namely – by type, by product and by country. 

African Gambling Market is expected to witness a jump in revenue from US$ 3,048.05 Mn in 2021 to US$ 5637,37 Mn by 2030, registering a CAGR of 6.99%.

In 2021, casino with a share of 64.7% is the leading product type in the Africa gambling market.

South Africa with a share of 79.4% has the largest market size for the African Gambling Market in 2021.      

Presence of young population is propelling the growth of gambling market in Africa.

Steep decline in casino revenues and operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic have challenged the growth of the gambling market in Africa.

The key players in the Africa gambling market are Sun International Ltd., Phumelela Gaming and Leisure Limited, Peermont Global Pty. Ltd., The Northern Cape Gambling Board and Tsogo Sun among others.

The COVID-19 outbreak has wreaked havoc on the gambling/ casino business on the ground. Government-imposed stay-at-home prohibitions in several nations resulted in the shutdown of casinos, lottery outlets, and other gambling facilities.