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Ravi Jandhyala, MD, Cardiologist and Program Convenor of 2019 GBGC.
In the third and final act SIS sold Irish racing's DTH rights to its new bedfellow RMG, creating something very like the monopoly scenario outlined above by GBGC, except SIS is now part of the mooted monopoly.
One of GBGC's analysts, Steve Schwartz, said: "With the amount of countries that have legalised some form of online gambling, that number will most likely continue to grow over the next decade.
The figures are taken from the seventh edition of GBGC's global gambling report, which can be ordered online at
Warwick Bartlett, West Bromwichbased GBGC's lead partner, said: 'The UK industry's recent performance really does underline its potential to become the genuine global betting market leader.
Lotteries had the biggest share of revenues at 28.4 per cent, but GBGC forecasts that the growth of commercial casinos in jurisdictions such as Macau and Singapore will push this sector ahead of lotteries as the leading gambling activity in 2012.
Writing in his monthly online newsletter at, Bartlett says the march of smartphone use in the UK will drive growth of cashless payments in the retail sector, including betting.
Governments might just give it to you with both barrels." **Warwick Bartlett's company GBGC has published an updated report into prospects for internet gambling in the US.
Industry analyst Warwick Bartlett, of GBGC, has published his annual global economic outlook, warning of the increasing risk of a currency war, with the US and China, in particular, at odds over the issue.
GBGC's head of research Lorien Pilling has been appointed a director of the company, which was founded by chief executive Warwick Bartlett in 1998.
In the latest news letter from his company GBGC, Bartlett says: "There are media reports that VAT could rise to 20 per cent after the general election, and horseracing is threatening to ask the Levy Board to end the levyfree threshold for small betting shops [in 2011-12].
Other views can be seen at Bartlett's website