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3D gambling gains momentum | 3D TV Watcher

May 30, 2012

We have witnessed 3D contributing to the sphere of medicine, architecture, printing, history, entertainment, gaming and most recently – gambling.

Posted by – 29 May 2012

We have witnessed 3D contributing to the sphere of medicine, architecture, printing, history, entertainment, gaming and most recently – gambling.

While a lot of you have played your favourite online games in 3D, such as Black Ops or Crysis 2, Poker and Bingo have also received a 3D revamp, with the first site to use tridimensional imagery being PKR Poker back in 2006.

At the moment, three 3D gambling site leaders are Ladbrokes Poker, 888 Poker as well as PKR Poker. Not to mention tridimensional Bingo sites following in the formers’ footsteps.

Gambling industry experts suggested that 3D helps users connect with the gaming content “socially” and “emotionally”. This makes the online games as real and entertaining as possible, and, as industry opponents may argue, dangerously addictive.

3DTVwatcher is sure that there shouldn’t be any red flags in sight as yet. We doubt that 3D gambling is going to drive physical casinos out of businesses, despite feeling just as “real”. Instead it will make online Poker or Bingo much more interesting and add depth to the entire experience.

Addictive or not – we think those hooked on gambling will not care much about the additional dimension, while beginners may just well enjoy the game a bit more. 3D alone certainly won’t lead to gambling addictions.

Original article here.

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