The World’s Most Gambling Spending Country
By: Date: July 17, 2020 Categories: World

Casino -Speaking of casino, the biggest country casino is in Las Vegas, United States. Las Vegas is already known as a gambling world. There people from various circles take the time to have fun with gambling or other entertainment, offering a number of types of casino games complete with facilities. But not only in Las Vegas, some countries have famous casinos and luxurious casinos, and some of these countries have the highest expenditure in the world, so here is the country with the most gambling expenses in the world.

Greece- Difficult Finances Are Not an Obstacle

The gambling loss per adult in Greece is equal to $ 420 per year. The famous Greek gambler, Nicholas “Nisk the Greek ‘Dandolos is reported to have made more than $ 500 million, but after inflation died in poverty at the age of 83 years. The favorite game of the Greeks is the lottery. The largest gambling company in Europe, OPAP, is located here, and its assets are estimated at 4.1 billion euros.

 Spain- The Oldest Gambling

In Spain adults spend gambling entertainment for $ 418 per year. And it should be noted that the legal gambling era in Spain began in 1977, while slot machines were officially permitted in 1981. However, the king of free time for every Spanish racer is a sports bet. Football, cards and lotteries are the main choices of the locals. The largest lottery in the country, El Gordo, distributes millions of prizes every year. In 2013, 80% of the population of Spain bought this lottery ticket.

China- Game Behind the Scenes

The loss per adult in Hong Kong amounts to $ 503. Surprisingly, taking into account the large amount, casinos here are prohibited. However, Macau, the gambling entertainment center is only half an hour’s drive from the capital. Only during the first half of 2011 was the province visited by 500,000 people. Actually, only horse, lottery and football betting is legal Italy- A Paradise for Slot Machine Enthusiasts The average Italian adult spends $ 517 on gambling in 2013, while slot machines are the first choice for locals. Total revenue during the first half of 2014 in Italy amounted to $ 22 billion, almost half of this amount came from gaming machines. Baccarat, the game found here, is well liked by the Italians.

Norwegians make a gamble

Spending on per capita gambling in Norway equals $ 448; Norway’s favorite games are bingo, slot and football betting. According to a study conducted in 2012, around 88% of the Norwegian population admitted that they could be called gamblers. Because of this madness, the Government was forced to drastically reduce the number of slots available in 2007 from 22,700 units to 10,000. After that the percentage of good players moved to the Internet. The Norsk Tipping company, a state-owned business, received $ 2.1 billion in revenue in 2013.

Finnish Teen Passion

A Finnish adult spends $ 553 to gamble every year. According to the survey, 41% of the Finnish population prefers to gamble from other activities during leisure time. In 2013, the government increased the age of sensors to play slots from 15 to 18 years.

Singapore – New Las Vegas

Look at the leader, Singaporean adults spend an insane amount of $ 1,174 to gamble every year. It took several years for the country to reach the third position in terms of gambling turnover, after Macau and Las Vegas. In 2013, total gambling revenue reached $ 6.4 billion.