Skill-Based Games in Las Vegas Have Finally Arrived

Posted: April 5, 2017

Updated: October 6, 2017

One of the biggest gaming corporations in the world, Caesars Entertainment, will soon begin offering skill-based games in Las Vegas.

An interesting piece of US gambling news has come out this week that Caesars Entertainment has teamed up with Gamblit Gaming to offer skill-based games in Las Vegas. These exciting new gambling games debuted at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino with three tables and two games.

If approved by the regulatory board, these games will be featured in numerous Caesars Entertainment properties throughout Nevada, including the world-famous Caesars Palace. Plans are also set in motion to distribute these games to wider US markets.

President and CEO of Caesars Entertainment Mark Frissora commented on the partnership with Gamblit Gaming by stating “Our partnership with Gamblit brings a unique experience to our casino floors and is an important step towards modernising our customers’ gaming experience. We’re making tremendous progress in our efforts to reach a new generation of gamers who seek integrated skill-based gaming and Caesars is proud to be the first in Las Vegas to provide this innovative experience to our customers.”

What are skill-based gambling games?

As the name would suggest, skill-based games are games whose outcomes are determined by the player’s skill, either physical or mental. Instead of relying solely on luck, players of these games can win based on how skilled they are.

A number of online casinos in the US also offer skill-based games, many of which offer players the chance to earn some incredible cash prizes.

It remains to be seen whether or now skill-based game in Las Vegas will grow to become popular, but it’s an exciting addition to the best gambling city in the world.

Will skill-based games in Las Vegas be good for the industry? How many casinos will begin offering these games? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

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