VR gambling is a relatively new form of medium to come into the industry. However, with recent scientific advances and extensive research carried out in the field, it could be used for more than just entertainment. It could be used as an effective therapy treatment for problem gamblers! But it could also make things worse. Experts apparently can’t make up their mind. Is VR gambling a blessing or a curse?
VR gambling is far from floundering but is also far from blossoming as well. What could companies do, in the VR and gambling industries in general, to make users engage with it more. According to experts, there could be more of a ‘human element’ which allows players to keep coming back for more. What does this mean and how can it be applied to VR gambling? Let’s take a look and see.
It’s kind of common knowledge that virtual reality isn’t as popular as it should be but that could all change in 2018 with the introduction of more wireless attachments, especially for VR gambling. Accessibility in new technologies is integral and when it comes to VR there could be more of it on that front. This is how wireless could be a good trend for VR gambling in 2018.
VR gambling and gambling in general aren’t best known for being the most empathetic of practises. Let’s face it, people only indulge in it because it’s pleasurable, therefore self-serving. Why would anyone need to understand other people’s point of view if all they need to win is good luck and a strategy? Well, studies in other areas show how VR is capable of bringing empathy out in people, perhaps VR gambling could be the same.
VR gambling has been at a bit of a standstill for the past year or so and much of that can be attributed to the disappointing sales of VR headsets. Much more expensive than most people can afford, companies like Oculus have invested in producing a more affordable range of headsets. Enter Oculus Go, the first standalone VR goggles they have made. With any luck, this device will give VR gambling the boost that it needs. Or it could be the last desperate cry of a dying fad.
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Could VR gambling really be the future of the industry? Obviously, it is! But just what can be done with it to keep things growing strong? According to IGT, there are different ways to bring VR into a company’s output which can be used to rbing in a new audience. That is the key to survival in this VR gambling world and companies need to employ it lest they get left behind.
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