North America Casino City’s North American Gaming Almanac 13 Sports Betting Revenue Revenue in Millions 2017 2018 2019 2020 Revenue in USD 248.78 413.53 940.53 1,666.71 Revenue Change 13.50% 66.23% 127.44% 77.21% Inflation Adjusted 282.52 458.56 1,024.15 1,788.32 Inflation Adj. Change 11.02% 62.31% 123.34% 74.62% Online Gaming While the United States and Canada both allow online gaming to be licensed and regulated at the state or provincial level, only a handful of jurisdictions have done so. Some state and provincial lotteries also allow consumers to purchase lottery tickets online, usually through a subscription service. Most jurisdictions allow online wagering for horse races. In Canada, online casinos and poker rooms are primarily operated by state-run lottery organizations. The Kahnawake First Nation in Canada licenses online casino gaming, poker, sports betting, skill gaming and betting exchanges for sites all over the world. In the U.S., online poker is legal and regulated in six U.S. states (Delaware, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia). Players in New Jersey, Nevada, and Delaware can compete against each other thanks to a multi-state poker alliance. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Michigan offer legalized and regulated online casinos. Casino City considers pari-mutuel wagers placed via the internet on race and sports activities in North America to be race and sports wagering activities. It also considers lottery purchases placed via state and provincial lottery websites to be a lottery activity. Online Gaming Revenue Revenue in Millions 2017 2018 2019 2020 Revenue in USD 360.18 445.99 699.29 1,979.67 Revenue Change 24.40% 23.82% 56.79% 183.10% Inflation Adjusted 405.85 490.60 756.13 2,076.69 Inflation Adj. Change 21.72% 20.88% 54.12% 174.65% Charitable Gaming Charitable gaming, including activities such as bingo and raffles, is widespread throughout the United States and Canada.