Las Vegas casinos are recognizing the need to diversify their amusement offerings, by adopting non-betting related enterprises so as to bring a fresh generation of visitor – interested in eateries and nightlife than never-ending rows of slots.
But what if casinos were to be able to appeal to this younger demographic to diversify their gambling offerings also? Betting on videogaming – which would basically be a kind of “ability gambling” for cash – could soon be a fact for Silver State casinos. It’s an obvious step, there is a real need for casinos to develop and offer new alternatives to the traditional tables, already live roulette games online are starting to drag gamblers away from Vegas.
The commission desires its laws to alter so the commission itself would be permitted to determine on its own means earlier this week to enlarge the gambling market, and a legislative study committee broached the subject of enabling skill-based games in casinos.
Choice and Innovative Technologies
The suggestion, Reaser said, would “enlarge the power of the Nevada Gaming Commission to continue to update and improve regulations that support development and installation of gambling devices integrating progressive, alternate and sophisticated technologies.”
Part of Reaser’s suggestion would permit chances to shift for frequent customers by integrating ability-gambling into a slot machine, by way of example, and so basically letting a regular player – or “great customer” – to become adept at the game, and thus have better chances to win.