The industry specialists behind Supercasino.com have shared their thoughts over continued evidence that online gambling is not a threat to bricks and mortar companies.
It comes following fears in the more conservative regions of the US, and to a lesser extent in the UK, that online gambling will take business away from traditional land-based casinos. These views are gradually being alleviated as growing numbers of experienced gaming executives come forward to provide empirical evidence which suggests otherwise. A number of gambling operators and regulators have confirmed this opinion, with the managing director of a large online betting company based in the UK stating that he “sees no cannibalisation between online and offline gambling” at the recent iGaming North America conference.
Dedicated to pursuing industry updates and developments, the team at Super Casino have recently contributed to publication E Gaming Review with thoughts on this very topic. A representative shares their views on the two behaviours.
“Online and offline gambling can offer two different experiences, ones that actually complement each other. Often a consumer will enjoy the comfort of playing casino games from their own home, appreciating the convenience of being able to play however and wherever they like, be it at home on the sofa or on the commute. However this doesn’t replace the social element of getting dressed up and going to the casino with friends on a Friday night so we don’t believe online gambling is having a negative impact on the industry.”
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