If you are looking to play the online poker games that are on the rise in the United States, you might want to check out the Philippines’ online gambling platform, according to a new study.
The results are intriguing.
Online gambling is booming across the globe, with more than $8 billion in revenue generated for gambling companies every day, according a recent report by the International Game Technology Association (IGTA).
The Philippines has been the world’s second-largest online poker market, with an estimated 4.2 million registered users in total, according IGTA.
It’s a fast-growing market that is expected to grow by 40% in the next five years, the report predicts.
According to the IGTa, it has seen a 40% increase in the number of people who have started playing online poker, and by 2026 it expects to reach 50 million users.
There are currently more than 6,000 poker tables in the Philippines, according the Igta, and more than 30,000 online casinos, according its research.
According to IGTT, online poker is the third most popular way to play online poker after online gaming and cash-only gaming, after mobile games.
It said online poker accounts for more than a quarter of all online gambling revenues in the country, and in 2016, the country earned more than US$1 billion in online poker revenues.
IGTTA expects the Philippines to be the second largest online poker marketplace by 2021, according it.
In the Philippines online gambling industry, there are more than 80 online casinos.
There are also many other online poker websites and apps.
In terms of the industry’s overall growth, the IgaT predicted that online poker could grow to US$5.4 billion by 2021.
In 2018, the Philippines accounted for more then 2% of all world online gambling revenue.
It’s expected to be around that figure by 2020.
The Philippines is not the only country where the industry is booming.
India has also seen an explosion in online gambling activity, with almost 6,400 casinos operating in the region.
There have also been several reports of poker sites in the U.K. closing down, but the gaming industry is growing quickly in other countries, including China and India.