Land Based Casinos Feeling the Heat

Published November 1, 2006 by OCR Editor

Land Based Casinos Feeling the Heat

Las Vegas is one of the most famous cities in the world. The brick and mortar, land based casinos, some of which are modeled after the wonders of the world, such as the Pyramids, the New York City skyline, Venice and others, have come very close to passin

What future do these facilities have in the age of online gambling? Can the new industry pass the land based one? Will the Internet version surpass traditional gambling in volume?

Okay, so we don't have the answers to these questions. Posing them is important enough. Nevertheless, we are curious to know what the future holds. As part of the online industry, whether we are gamblers or gambling sites, we are all taking part in this history-making. Two noteworthy trends are taking place these days, which could have an effect on the land based casinos as well as on the shape the websites will take.

Macau, the only place where gambling is allowed in China, is on the way to passing Las Vegas as the world's No. 1 gambling strip. This is made possible due to the global village we live in, where Americans can develop casinos practically anywhere in the world. The next step would likely be gambling sites taking over the lead. For not only can investors develop land based casinos anywhere in the world, but people can take their gambling activities to any website in this the 21st century.

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