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The Thin Line Between Online Gaming and Gambling

The big earthquake is currently happening in the world of online and land-based gambling and gaming. The new trend is quickly emerging and is aiming towards anyone who likes to spend their time in recreational, yet productive activities.

There is a vast variety of casual gamers who like to enjoy their free time by completing the levels of their favourite RPGs, strategy or hack and slash games, while relaxing their minds and simply enjoying their time. However, whenever they do it, they aren't looking to earn any money. They simply do it for the fun of it.

Turning to gambling, playing online slot machines to win money, on Prime Slots or other casino sites, while having fun, isn’t up to everybody's taste. However, there is some excellent news as the gambling part is closer than ever before to your favourite shooter! The new tendency is trying to merge the betting with classic amusements which most people, especially gamers, are looking forward to.

Coming Soon to Your Neighbourhood

Have you ever imagined that you are earning money while engaging in your beloved recreation? Shoot the ball right into the goal or kill the enemy and profit from it? Well, if that was your dream, it’ll soon become a reality.

The first skill-based gambling product was revealed years ago and was always a desire of many, but the laws were strict and didn't allow for the legal application. However, things changed, and on the September 27th, 2016 the first of its kind was installed in the local casino.

GameCo is the company that did this, and many others have announced that they will follow the drift, including Gamblit. These two companies are setting new standards that are well welcomed by the broad audience. It’s pretty easy to find thrilling casino slots for real cash, soon you’ll be able to find even-more thrilling First Person Shooter games for even more cash.

First of Its Kind

The game that was founded in New York is just a first one in a bunch, which are about to appear in this incoming wave. With the simple, yet effective name - "Danger Arena", it implies to a shooter, a well-known genre in 18 – 50 range, promising a big success. Still, as it is in the form of the ever-popular machine format, that means that its graphical possibilities aren't too demanding, but the gameplay makes up for it. Even more, the awards in the range of $1,000 to $5,000 are making it more desirable, which is achievable while killing incoming enemies and completing the missions. Sounds like pure fun with a RTP rate of approximately 90%. Most importantly, it all depends on you; your skill is what makes you earn money!

Many to Follow

The big change is expected with few more titles announced:

  1. Space Invaders – The evergreen has been given the betting part with intention to make an adult's game out of your childhood's favourite;
  2. Frogger -  The Konami’s product now offers you real money awards whenever you cross over the highway or a river;
  3. Smoothie Blast – This skill-based gambling product from Gamblit wants you to align symbols in order to win, with different combination offering different payouts
  4. Pinball -  Nanotech’s beauty with extra money
  5. King of The Cage - a traditional fighter which offers a way to release your anger.

The trend is quickly enlarging, and other producers are expected to announce new titles, or even older ones reworked, to give it an original taste of both gambling and adrenaline rush.

The Future of Gaming

This is a bright future for both manufacturers, whose time to act in this field is now perfect, and for those skilled players who will experience something new and fun! This may be a start of the new gambling era!

The undertaking is expected to expand at an exponential rate and catch up on the modern, more complicated and graphic intensive games to gain more users. Knowing that the web is nowadays available everywhere, these games will be at the touch of your hand at any moment, which is also a major plus if you are into this type of gaming.

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