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Moving from the Realms of Science Fiction

Moving from the Realms of Science Fiction

We all lead busy lives, and integrated into those lives are our Smartphones, in fact, if you asked a Smartphone user if they could live without their Smartphone the chances are pretty high that the answer would be a resounding no.

Let’s face it losing your Smartphone or having it stolen can be a minor disaster as they are able to become totally unique to our individual personal needs. Having the power of a computer in the palm of your hand is a hard gap to fill once it is not there.

Nowhere else can you conveniently complete so many daily tasks and source so much entertainment. For instance, being able to browse and read multiple reviews of mobile casinos and compare each one to find the perfect site for your tastes whilst on your lunch break would have been unimaginable a few years ago, yet now you can check out numerous sites, their welcome packages and promotional offers all at the swipe of a finger.

It truly is an exciting time for the gambling industry and all the other associated industries that surround it.  The power of virtual reality technology is promising to transform some online casinos into totally interactive and immersive experiences which will really feel as if you are playing at a bricks and mortar venue.

Just imagine what it would be like to experience something so real. From entering the casino lobby into a luxurious casino where you can interact in 3D within multi-player games. When you begin thinking about it Virtual Reality could have a very big impact on tournaments like WSOP as players could link up virtually to play their games.

The potential of Virtual Reality is enormous but let’s not think that this technology is in its infancy as it has been used for educational purposes and within other industries for some time. Analysts predict that the impact Virtual Reality could make on the iGaming and iGambling industries could be massive with bets made through VR gambling reaching in the region of $520 billion by 2021, which by all accounts is an increase of 800% over this year’s beginnings.

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