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Slots Slot Machines Future

Discussion in 'Slots Forum' started by EvanCGP, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. EvanCGP

    EvanCGP New Member

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    Hi, guys!

    My team and I prepared a report based on the one-day conference, organized by The American Gaming Association (AGA) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). The main purpose of the meeting was to discuss the innovations and trends in the iGaming industry. You can check the piece here.

    Long story short, experts are worried that slots are still reel-based, the whole structure of the game is fixed and players are losing interest in playing the same old slot machines every time they enter the casino.

    Tell me what is your opinion on this matter. Do you agree that slot machines passed its peak?
     
  2. Mickey Crimm

    Mickey Crimm Well-Known Member

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    In the several B & M casinos I've been to this year the video line games are very modern, very creative, and I think the designers of these games will continue to produce quality product. None of the casinos had a shortage of business when I was there.
     
  3. BUZZARD

    BUZZARD Member Lineage to Founders

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    50 years ago table games were 70% of the casino win and slots were 30%. Now those figures are reversed. Wheel of Fortune is one of the most successful slot machine. It's got a carny wheel of top.
    I find it interesting that SKILL BASED slots are touted as a means to attract MILLENNIAL'S. The majority of researchers and demographers start the millennial generation in the early 1980s.
    The first two skill based slot machines are based on Space Invaders and PacMan. Both were introduced in 1980, before the first millennial was born
     

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