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2.3 Billion Dollars in Losses for Greek Gamblers in 2013

GamblingAccording to an article at the Economist, the earnings of the global gambling industry have reached 440 billion dollars in 2013, as showed in a survey conducted by the British consulting firm H2 Gambling Capital.
Australia has the biggest gambling losses per capita while Germany and the Netherlands the fewest.
According to the survey, Australians prefer slot machines outside casinos while in Singapore gamblers prefer casinos and lottery tickets. Finnish, Danish and Irish gamblers prefer interactive gambling, either online, mobile or on television.
The Chinese gambling market is also rapidly growing. China ranked 2nd in gambling when last year it was 9th. In first place for another year are the American gamblers with a total loss of 119 billion dollars.
Greece ranked 17th with 2.3 billion dollars in losses, with the Greeks preferring lottery tickets and raffles.

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