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The Effect of Online Gaming on Commercial Casino Revenue

@article{Philander2011TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Online Gaming on Commercial Casino Revenue},
  author={Kahlil S. Philander},
  journal={UNLV gaming research \& review journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={23-34}
}
This study estimates the effect of the online gaming industry on the commercial casino gaming industry. The findings from this study suggest that during the pre-UIGEA period, online gaming was a moderate substitute good for brick and mortar gaming in the U.S. In an online gaming market characterized by loose regulation and relatively easy access, online gaming revenue is estimated to cannibalize commercial casino revenue at a rate of 27 to 30 cents on the dollar. This study also led to the… 

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