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Online casinos are taking over the gambling industry
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By Rebeka Kulakevich
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Online casinos are taking over the gambling industry

Online gambling is a hot topic, as it became one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. One of the main reasons for the success in the niche is the pandemic that prompted millions of people to find new activities due to simple boredom or desperation during the lockdown. And even those who already gambled at land-based casinos were forced to find an alternative since most facilities closed. Either way, that served as a massive spike in revenue for operators who know the art of attractive advertisement. 

Scientific Games & Marker Trax join forces | Cashless Gaming
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By Rebeka Kulakevich
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Scientific Games & Marker Trax join forces | Cashless Gaming

Cashless solutions are gaining massive success in the gambling industry, especially now that Nevada’s casinos are integrating the technologies into their facilities one by one. Scientific Games Corporation has already become a giant in the distribution of cashless gaming to operators, but as they join forces with Maker Trax, another major payment solutions company, the technology is expected to double in its progression.

Dream Hotel Casino Las Vegas | Plans and Progress
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By Rebeka Kulakevich
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Dream Hotel Casino Las Vegas | Plans and Progress

There are never too many casinos in a place like Las Vegas. In fact, there is now more demand being that some Covid-related restrictions have been lifted, and gamblers are taking advantage of real-life gambling like never before. With that said, Vegas finally welcomes plans for a 450-room luxury lifestyle hotel on the Las Vegas Strip that is expected to open its doors by 2023.

Cashless gaming prompts concerns | UKGC shares survey results
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By Rebeka Kulakevich
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Cashless gaming prompts concerns | UKGC shares survey results

Anyone born before 1999 will likely remember the joys of playing outside, splashing around in muddy puddles, and occasionally getting a mouth full of sand falling off the swings. Picking random berries off bushes and eating unwashed apples right off the trees didn’t phase anyone in the slightest. Unfortunately, new generations won’t get the luxury to tell the same story, as the ongoing pandemic resulted in fear touching cash. Tech companies put some gas into the development of cashless payments, which casino facilities, especially ones in Nevada, ate right up. Now the UK land-based casinos want to get on board with the new system, but survey statistics show that gamblers aren’t too thrilled about the futuristic payment option.

The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno welcomes a security robot
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By Rebeka Kulakevich
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The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno welcomes a security robot

The time has come; the world is officially starting to replace employees with robots. More specifically - the police. You can now see at least fifty security robots (also referred to as K5) in the U.S created by a company called Knightscope. A strange looking egg-shaped machine costs $7 an hour to rent and $60,000-$70,000 annually. That’s a little less than an officer makes per year, so it’s pretty cost-effective, to say the least.

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