Gambling Commission reports GB gambling behavior statistics
The Gambling Commission reported the gambling behavior in Great Britain on the changes of lockdown and the ongoing factors of the environment.
The report includes information about the last 2 years, more specifically from March 2020 to March 2022. It shows data from LBOs on not only online but also in-person gambling.
The recent information is about the financial performance of different quarters from 2021 to 2022. It shows that during the 4th quarter the GGY dropped by 1%, in comparison with 3th quarter, amounting to 1.2 billion pounds. In general the whole sum of the spins and bets lowered by 2% from 3th quarter to the 4th quarter.
During the same period the slot GGY was down by 5% (541 million pounds), with spins dropping by 2% (17.9 million pounds) and the average active account (3 million) per month increased by 5%.
Sessions of online slots that last beyond 1 hour had 2% decrease, when the average session lasts eighteen minutes
LBO GGY had 3% growth (551 million pounds), with spins and bets dropping to 3.2 billion.
Gambling Commission stated:
“As we all are adapting to life in the aftermath of all the restrictions, GB is going into a difficult stage. We will keep on expecting additional attentiveness from operators, as customers are affected differently by the pandemic. Because of it a lot of people are still vulnerable and unsure of all their personal or economic state.”