Betting on the
Commercial Gaming Sector
More states betting on legalized gambling to create revenue; regional gaming facing compression
Q: How significant of a role does gaming play in state budgets?
Q: How has the gaming sector evolved over the past five years?
Q: How is the online gambling market impacting traditional casinos?
Q: Are there benefits to Federal legislation regulating online gaming?
Q: Where do you see demand for financing in your sector?
Q: What is the casino and gaming sector using financing for today?
Q: In which markets do you see the most growth?
Q: What’s your outlook for the sector?
Q: Where are there opportunities in the market today?
Macau by itself does almost $40 billion a year in revenue, as compared to Las Vegas, which does closer to $8 billion. In Singapore you have two casinos that may likely generate more revenue than all of the Las Vegas strip casinos combined.
The Asian population has a very, very high propensity to game, and within Macau there’s close to 2.5 billion people within a 90 minute flight of the casinos.
Japan could potentially be the next big market as the legislature works to pass legislation to have casinos built by the time the Olympics arrive in 2020.