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Video gamers are beginning to ask why their favorite titles aren’t in casinos. The main reason is the skill vs. chance factor. But, that’s changing, as devs realize the massive potential. Here are the pioneers of what looks to be the next big thing on the casino floor…
It’s all about tapping, right? New casino machines are being built to allow the screen tap, rather than the one-armed bandit style. Looks like buttons are also going the way of the pull-down arm…
Candy Crush Saga
How can this be a loser? It’s already the most popular video game in the world. On Facebook, anyway. Get ready for a slew of status changes on FB as millennials replace foodie shots with winning slots…
Brew Caps League
This tapping, horizontal, multi-player board game pits players against each other looking to collect the most (and rarest) beer bottle caps. So, which hand holds the brewskie?
Combine your fruits and veggies and win points by getting the most energy potential with lowest carb formation. Man. Millennials are boring. But, health conscious…
Similar to the mobile app, Catapult King allows tiered wagering based on gaming skill. Tear down this wall!
Texas Tea Pinball
Already a wildly popular mobile app, this 5-slot tapper is distinguished by allowing level advancement from simple slots to building an oil empire. Are you ready to be an oil baron?
Space Invaders Evolution
The first classic video game to go casino style starts out as a chance based game. But, players advancing to higher reward levels, play a skill-based, classic version in order to sweeten the pot…
Lower to more advanced skills can be wagered on so that players can take advantage of their hard won, home based abilities. So get busy on Stairway To Heaven…
Casinos are betting on titles like Halo to draw in the younger betting crowds. Still…
Call of Duty
Machines have yet to be built which will interest a younger demographic. CoD has the drawing power to spur investment and innovation. So…
How do you get the most dedicated, nerdy and skilled video game players into the casino? Make a slots version of this still popular (after 22 years) game franchise that won’t remain static all its life, but is ever evolving. Sounds like a winner…
Video gaming tournaments are already big business. Casinos want to tap that market and offer enclosed wagering areas so Millennials can not only watch their favorite world-famous gamers play, but also bet against the house (and lose the mortgage payment) on the results. Uh-oh…