We’ve all found ourselves envying the lifestyles of the rich and famous time and time again. It’s glamourous, thrilling and something that we’re yet to experience. When it comes to high rollers at casinos or our favourite celebrities, there’s something about the lavish way in which they live that makes us green with jealousy.
Although we have truly left 2020 behind us, COVID-19 has not left us for good yet. And although we were hoping that 2021 would bring us back a semblance of ‘normality’ we are not entirely there yet and still have to avoid crowded public places while maintaining social distancing.
eSports are taking the world by storm with a variety of the world’s top online gambling operators adding these offerings to their portfolios in a bid to widen their reach and attract new players to their sites.
In an effort to increase their portfolio offerings for casino players, a variety of popular online casino operators and state lotteries have introduced instant win games. Typically run through a country’s lottery, instant win games are available to players in countries all around the world, from the United Kingdom, to the United States, Canada and Australia. As the name suggests, in an instant win game, players find out immediately if they have won a prize and don’t have to wait for a lottery or Powerball draw to take place.
All around the world, both online casinos and their land-based counterparts are ramping up their controls to protect underage players. While many countries only allow players who are over the age of 18 to gamble using machines, at card tables or online, all too often younger players slip through the cracks. This vulnerable players are susceptible to gambling related harm. In order to prevent this casinos and governments around the globe are working together to implement a number of measures to prevent underage gambling and better protect players. Let’s take a closer look at some of those measures.
For the most part, online casinos do everything they can to ensure that their users’ information and credentials are stored safely away from any prying eyes. This requires a fair amount of setting up, as websites need to be tweaked and altered constantly to make sure that they have the latest security features.
Casinos are in the market of making people’s dreams come true and, to do this, they have a lot of money on hand so that when people win big, they can immediately cash in their winnings. Unfortunately, this makes casinos a target for would-be thieves as well as less-than-scrupulous players who want to cheat the house and take home more than they actually win.
Slot machines always look so attractive. Their bright lights, fun sound effects, the promise of a large jackpot, and the ease with which you could win. The problem is, they are almost always stacked slightly in the favour of the house. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t win, and it certainly doesn’t mean that you can’t win big.
The world of online gambling has made it easier than ever for players to enjoy their favourite games without needing to head out into the world, which has become quite dangerous in recent times. Better instead to stay at home and make use of the power of modern technology, which allows us to simply play whatever we want. But even in the online world, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on our personal and financial information, as there are people from around the world constantly trying to make money at the expense of others. Fortunately, securing an online account is easy and can be done in a few minutes.
Watch any movie that involves card counting and the process is generally portrayed as some sort of incredible mental mind magic. The depiction will often involve some or other smart person staring intently, performing unexplained mental acrobatics, then, like magic, they will suddenly win their hand. They will continue to win, again and again, until getting kicked out of the casino.