A new study shows that sports betting platforms offer significant potential to grow their business.
The study, conducted by UBS Group AG, which represents sports betting firm Betfair, found that online sports betting was the largest revenue driver of sports betting in Europe.
The company noted that this was because of the increased popularity of online sports, particularly sports betting.
It also noted that these sites offered higher revenue per user than traditional sports betting websites such as DraftKings, FanDuel and others.
The authors of the study noted that in addition to the high-profile sporting events that these platforms offer, they also have a significant impact on the industry’s bottom line.
Betfair said that in the last year alone, the company has raised more than $7 billion from investors, including Chinese internet giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, as well as a host of sports-focused venture capital firms.
This investment will be used to grow Betfair’s betting platform.
The research was based on research conducted by the Betfair Research and Analytics team in 2016, which analyzed customer data and financial data to estimate how many bettors were active on sports betting apps.
According to the report, the number of active bettor accounts on the sports betting platform was around 100 million in 2016.
BetFair said it was able to estimate that there were around 8.3 million active bettor accounts across all of the sports bettours that it tracked.
According in the report:”Betfair’s platform has the potential to significantly increase bettor activity by bringing sports bettor users into the ecosystem.
The bettour network’s revenue per active better is approximately $1.5 million per month, making it the third-largest sports betting market, behind only China and the United States.”
The study added that the Betfaire platform was also the best bet for sports betting businesses.
It noted that sports betteors on Betfair had the lowest average amount per bet, and that the platform had the highest retention rate among all sports better accounts.
The report added that Betfair was the “fastest growing” sports betting platform globally, accounting for around half of the platform’s global bets in the first quarter of 2018.
In the U.S., Betfair is the fastest growing sports betted platform with $7.4 billion in bets in 2020, the study said.