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Updated: United States Online Gaming (June 2014)

By David G. Schwartz on July 29, 2014 10:38 AM | Permalink

Now updated with June 2014 data:

United States Online Gaming 
Monthly statewide and national revenue data for online gaming

This report collects in one place publicly-available data on online gaming in the United States.
Currently, Nevada, Delaware, and New Jersey offer various kinds of online gaming.

Nevada allows betting only on poker; Delaware allows betting on table games, video lottery, and
poker; and New Jersey permits casino games and poker.
Currently, New Jersey dominates the market, with about 90 percent of total U.S. online gaming
revenue. Nationally, poker represents about one-third of total online gaming winnings.

Job Opportunity: eConnect Associate Analyst (student employee)

By David G. Schwartz on July 23, 2014 10:34 AM | Permalink

Thanks to generous support from eConnect, the Libraries are hiring a new student associate analyst to assist with the work of the Center. Here are some details:

This student employee position supports the work of the Center for Gaming Research within University Libraries by helping to maintain and improve its collections and analysis of data. This entails accessing data from a variety of government and corporate websites; applying that data to a series of spreadsheets; and publishing the material generated in user-friendly reports. The successful applicant will demonstrate the ability to identify relevant and useful data, to troubleshoot errors, and produce work that is ready to be disseminated.

Initially, the Analyst will work under the close supervision of the Director. At the end of the semester, the Analyst will produce a capstone project, in which the Analyst will identify a gap in available reports and collect data, analyze it, and structure it into a new report. This project will demonstrate the Analyst’s ability to understand the nature of gaming data and to work independently in creating new sources of knowledge.

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