Online Gambling Growing In Italy
By Staff
Online poker players in Italy spend an average of $881 per person a year on the pastime producing a yearly haul of $514 million according to a new survey released as the nation’s Government gets set to legalise, license and control Internet gambling.

The examination, announced by the Agipronews agency last week, was carried out by the Consumers Defense and Orientation Association (ADOC) and found that nearly two million Italian residents have gone online at least once in order to play a game of opportunity with a quarter using outside Internet gambling websites.

Agipronews stated that online gaming is growing in popularity with visits to foreign gambling websites up 25 percent. In addition, ADOC revealed that 16,000 Italians 'might be considered' problem gamblers with an average level of debt varying from $14,600 to $17,600 going as high as $58,700 in extreme cases.
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