The gambling industry has evolved rapidly over the last few years, and with the huge number of different technologies that are coming into play, this is leading the way to a number of different gaming platforms. Not only is this creating a brand new, more immersive experience for gamblers and gamers alike, this is also providing a new competitive market and drawing a whole new demographic of players to the gambling world. These new gaming platforms will begin to involve far more players and will ultimately advance the industry even more. We’ve put together a list of the different gaming platforms that are being introduced within the gambling industry.
“That’s what I get for playing this dumb-ass game.”
At least the person from the story above learned a lesson after playing Pokeman Go while driving. I guess ramming into a police car will help one learn a lesson quickly. The driver is lucky nobody was hurt or killed.
The video above raises the ridiculous question of whether video game competitions are a sport. Of course they aren’t, despite all of the video game groupies, fans and televised competitions. It’s entertainment and competition that is taking the world by storm . . . but it’s not a sport.
Sony has promised its fans a brand new portable PlayStation. But the launch of such a product has been put off for now. The PSP was a huge hit, but was followed by a moderately successful PS Vita. The PS Vita 2 might not make it to the stores at all, due to the “unfriendly” climate on the gaming market dominated by smartphones.
Candy Crush Saga (“Candy Crush”) is an online Facebook video game. It was first released in 2012 and meanwhile it’s available as an app for almost all operating systems.