Covid-19: Canada’s economy will lose billions of dollars due to tourism crash

Covid-19: Canada’s economy will lose billions of dollars due to tourism crash

The tourism industry has already crashed and some of the low-budget companies leave the industry. Unfortunately, the biggest countries will get the hit sooner or later. According to the economic team of Canada, the country’s tourism industry will lose billions of dollars in 2020. It will be a big hit for Canadian companies that focused on the tourism industry. The last three years were record-breaking for Canada, especially for gaming tourism.

Unfortunately, gaming tourism will see the biggest hit. Gaming tourism became popular in Canada after allowing local casino venues to offer services to international travellers. Canadian casinos have many advantages over the casinos in the US and EU. Tourists have a chance to enjoy playing slots online while exploring the wild nature of Canada. The digital casino industry is very developed in Canada, and tourists love that space especially when they want to have a perfect vacation and enjoy gambling at the same time. Gaming tourism will have the biggest crash and companies are prepared for this. Although the number of international tourists has frozen, casino websites took advantage of the worldwide market online.


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