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Skill Games now arriving at Casinos in Nevada

You can soon have the chance of playing the very first arcade-style casino games with a skill element in them. According to one of the game-developer following this issue, these skill casino games may be available as early as the beginning of 2016 in Nevada, with only a single regulatory vote remaining to make this possible. This can then lead to other state and even other countries across the borders of U.S to adopt the skill-based casino games.

Magical Vegas is known to evolve and innovate according to the latest casino gaming trends. So it won’t be surprising if in a near future, you find games at Magical Vegas which outcome are determined with a combination of physical or mental skills along with luck.

Casinos have been known to provide games that are purely based on luck, but it seems that this is soon going to evolve, where some slot machines will most probably require skills to win or a combination of talent and luck. For the moment the Gaming Control Board has recommended legal language for allowing these types of skill-based slot machines. Any changes happening require an authorisation from the Nevada Gaming Commission, which is set to debate them on the 17th of September 2015.

After that ultimate vote, these games will be put through further tests by independent and state labs, which have been examining all the games for a while now. This step has often occasioned in unforeseen delays.

From the side of the industry, it is hinted that these skilled games will be targeting mainly younger gambler as they prefer games that require certain skill and that is challenging, instead of only luck as the determination factor of a game. Slot machine developers have been pushing the lawmakers to pass a law that encourages innovation by directing the Gaming Control Board to make the regulations more flexible.

According to reliable sources in the gambling industry, if the new language is approved soon, we would be witnessing new skill-based machines in casinos by early or mid-2016.

Sofie Holmess has a passion and this is gaming and casino games. What a better job than working on as a Social Media Consultant, and writing about her favourite games!

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