The mobile iGaming revolution has arrived

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Posted on: April 9, 2020 5:45 pm EDT

Artificial intelligence is making Internet games everything they were always meant to be

It was just a matter of time before mobile video games gained more popularity than any other device, it has happened to many functionalities that have been integrated into smartphones from calculators and clocks to the most sophisticated tracking apps. Smartphones are getting more powerful and modern with life, allowing developers to work with emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI). Now that the internet is everywhere, even casinos have moved to the online scene, mobile iGaming is already going through a revolution.

Cloud gaming has been one of the latest trends; remote servers can hold the load and processing capabilities need to allow gamers to have an outstanding gaming experience from a mobile, even if it’s not the most recent device. Virtual reality (VR) is still a technology that struggles with costs, but it is the ideal scenario to recreate a casino-like experience. With a VR device, a gambler can be transported in a matter of seconds inside of a casino and allow interaction with dealers and other gamblers with the help of AI software. AI has allowed other technologies to develop even more, enabling machines to have human-like responses that only get better with more data that gets processed every second.

As a preference for most casino players, keeping anonymity and privacy when playing in a casino is important. New cryptocurrency technologies are giving the online gambling scenario a boost in recent years. Many players are choosing Bitcoin to make deposits and cash out due to being simple, instant and safe. It has definitely been a major advancement for casinos. Currently, live-play casinos are a trend, gamblers that are still reluctant to use technology prefer a simple camera where a dealer can be seen, and real cards are used. In the long term, this might the one technology that can disappear due to the high operational costs compared to regular online services.