Futures of Gaming: How Casinos and Gambling Might Evolve in the Near Future
Gaming Law Review
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The human drive to gamble is apparently innate, as the history of gambling proves. Gambling has been around a long time and has seen many changes, but many of those in the gaming industry believe the generational shifts the business now faces are unprecedented, with potentially dire consequences for the industry. Many fear that millennials will not gamble unless casinos make extraordinary efforts to accommodate them. While visitors to Las Vegas appear to be spending significantly less time gambling, both commercial and tribal gaming revenues are at record highs. In addition, sports betting, particularly on mobile devices, it set to grow significantly while the esports industry is growing at a dramatic pace.
Gaming; Casino; Technology; Evolution; Gambling; Digital
Gaming and Casino Operations Management
Schwartz, D. G.
Futures of Gaming: How Casinos and Gambling Might Evolve in the Near Future.
Gaming Law Review, 23(5),