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The Future of Online Gambling

Discussion in 'Mobile Gaming World' started by GaryOPA, Nov 21, 2019.

By GaryOPA on Nov 21, 2019 at 1:51 PM
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    The online casino industry has grown massively in recent years, becoming one of the biggest entertainment industries in the world. New advancements in technology have made it easier than ever to play or place a bet wherever you are, or whenever you want. With new technologies being released all the time, the industry is changing faster than ever.

    Celebrities

    The online game developers Yggdrasil recently unveiled their latest game, John Carew Blackjack. The game features state-of-the-art 3D graphics and stars John Carew, the international soccer player, who’s lent his likeness to the game. Carew will serve as the virtual dealer in multiplayer games, and motion-capture technology has been used to make Carew as lifelike as possible. Sports stars and athletes like Carew have been increasingly starring in video games, so it may only be a matter of time before celebrities became involved in online games like these too. Celebrities like Ben Affleck and Ray Romano are already big poker players, so in a few years you may be able to play against CGI versions of these stars.

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    Virtual Reality

    Virtual Reality is beginning to be added to online casinos, offering an even more immersive option, as it allows players to put on a headset and find themselves in a virtual casino. Players will even be able to play online games against other players, seeing them sat around the table even if they're actually halfway across the globe. Online casinos already offer a wide variety of options to play blackjack games or other card games online, from games against the computer or even other players. Some online casinos even feature live games in which you can see the dealer through a webcam, and many of them offer competitive deals. VR versions of games like blackjack could soon join this growing list of gaming options.

    Crypto

    Online gambling isn’t the only thing that’s become increasingly prevalent in recent years. Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, was only launched in 2009. Since then, more than 6,000 other varieties of cryptocurrencies have been created. These online currencies have risen in popularity because they can be safer and more transparent than more traditional methods of payment. At the moment, there aren’t many online casinos that will accept cryptocurrencies, but that could soon change, and once it does, it will change things for the better for players, making their gaming experiences safer and more secure, and helping them to withdraw funds much quicker.

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    Wearables

    Improvements in technology made online gambling much easier. With apps on their phones, players were able to gamble whenever they wanted – they had access to a casino in their pocket or at their fingertips. The next step for online casinos is to make their games available on wearable devices. Smartwatches are becoming more widely available, and they’re not the only wearable gadgets out there. You can now get glasses, rings, and even shirts that are capable of connecting to your phone and the internet, and potentially of connecting you to online casinos. Soon you’ll be able to play blackjack by tapping your watch or even swiping across your shirt’s sleeves!

    Online gambling is more popular than ever, and that surge in popularity isn’t slowing down. New technologies are making online casinos more immersive, convenient, and safer than ever, and there’s no knowing what the future might hold.
     

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