Hard Rock Brings Slot Machines To The Living Room

The well-known company Hard Rock International is causing a stir with an idea that has never been seen before. The gaming industry is not lacking in developments and innovations. The group plans to provide live online slot machines for customers’ living rooms. The group hopes that this will also reach the players who do not particularly trust online providers and who do not want to take the path to a gaming metropolis.


Why do casinos want online customers?

Why do casinos want online customers

Will customers of the Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City be able to play at the machine from the comfort of their own home? If it is up to the company, then yes. The group presented a land-based machine a few days ago, which in cooperation with the IT company Soft weave Ltd. was developed. In the future, players should be able to play with the machine in their own four walls if they do not want to travel to the Hard Rock casino in New Jersey or if they do not trust programmed online slots. But what exactly do these machines look like? The product is based on the live casino games in online casinos. Means: The game rounds are recorded in studios and then transferred to the player. They can take part in the game rounds live.

This principle has already been taken up in various casinos in New Jersey and offered for table games. But now the devices should also be able to play on slot machines. The players therefore need an account for the provider’s online casino and can then play at any time in their own four walls.


A special recording room should ensure security

ensure securityAs the company announced, they wanted to offer customers the greatest possible security and therefore wanted to monitor the records in a separate room. This room should not be accessible to the public. Nevertheless, the president of the casino in Atlantic City, Joe Lupe, speaks of increased transparency for the players: “Credibility and transparency are of the utmost importance in order to promote the online game (…). The difference between seeing a computer image and the type of machine that a customer may have played for many years is easy to see. ”In addition, as vice president of online gambling at Hard Rock, Karasumi Spain said that you should also target land-based gamers want to look at the online games with concern. “As far as psychology is concerned, there are land-based players who are afraid to do something online (…). This path helps to make these players online customers. These machines are a real, physical machine that they can see

Specifically, the group obviously hopes to involve land-based players more closely in the online business in this way. Probably in addition to the land-based game and not as an alternative. The group would like to underline the new tension for its own living room with attractive game packages. It is said that games have already been programmed for the virtual casino that are not yet available online. It is also expected that the number of virtual slot games will increase significantly in the coming months.

 In the past few months, some large casino companies have decided between land-based operations and online offerings. Not always entirely voluntary. But why do so many providers really value online customers? The reasons for this are different. If the customers actually play predominantly online, establishments could be closed and costs saved. However, this plan only works if there is really hardly any more activity in the land-based game. Apart from the casino games, the companies also ultimately bring drinks and Co. large sums. As a rule, the land-based providers are therefore primarily interested in turning the players from the casinos into online players. So they don’t have to say goodbye to their favorite games at any time and could thus significantly increase the casino’s turnover. In addition to this, of course, there is enormous competition for online competitors. And it is precisely these that have increasingly dug up land-based businesses in recent years.

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