Fleur's 2015 European Lottery Abstract©-13th Edition
La Fleur's 2015 European Lottery
Abstract (13th edition) features historical profiles of Europe's 70-plus
national, provincial, regional and private lotteries, including annual sales by
game, government profits, prizes, game details, retailer network data, ad
budgets and vendor contracts.
The book traces lottery sales by
game in local currency and converted to U.S. dollars from 2011 through 2014.
Each profile provides a detailed historical account of the lottery's startup.
For easy reference, each lottery's full address, phone, fax and website address
are listed on the first page of the profile.
There is a summary of vital
statistics, including the year established, organizational type and use of
lottery profits. The second page of the profile provides a four-year summary of
lottery sales (local currency) by game, including passive, instant, numbers,
lotto, spiel, sports games and Internet wagering.
There is a separate table converting
the lotteries' 2014 sales by game into U.S. currency, including total sales and
per capita sales by game. Each game for the lottery is described in the Game
Mechanics summary, including the game's generic class, year begun and ticket
Each lottery's instant ticket
printer and systems vendor is also listed. The Statistical Section of the book
tracks data on the European lottery industry.
Section 3 tracks
each lottery's 2014 lottery sales by game in local currency and converted to
U.S. dollars for rankings by total sales and per capita sales as well as
individual game sales (lotto, instant, numbers, toto, draw, keno and video
lottery terminal (VLTs).
Section 4 tracks
each lottery's 2014 sales by game converted to Euros for rankings by total
sales and per capita sales for lotto/spiel, instant, numbers, toto, draw, keno
Section 5 examines
the instant game strategy plus top selling instant tickets for a select number
of European lotteries. The Fast Facts section includes key information on
vendor contracts, lottery startup years, earmarking of profits, game mix and
2014 Internet sales as a percentage of sales.
The Historical Data section tracks
annual sales by game in local curency from 2001 through 2014. There is also a
special historical guide to annual Internet sales by lottery organization (2005
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ISLE of MAN (September 23, 2015) --
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Report, a market-leading study of more 250 gaming and betting markets which is
now in its tenth edition.
GBGC CEO Warwick Bartlett commented:
"We're pleased to be releasing reports into these exciting emerging sectors.
Both topics have been very interesting to research, and we're certain that our
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He continued: "In our decade-long
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The firm's report on virtual betting
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Meanwhile, GBGC's report on Africa
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sports betting sector. Although the African betting market currently lags
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