Is There A Market For A VR Casino Game?

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When you’re choosing your virtual reality headset, you want to get the best for your money to ensure that the games you play really do make you feel like you’re in another universe. There are some lower-end options that won’t cost you the entirety of next month’s rent, however, if you’re looking for the best of the best when it comes to virtual reality headsets, there are a select few that you should look at, being:

  • Oculus Rift
  • HTC Vive
  • PlayStation VR

Each headset has pretty distinctive strengths and weaknesses that could deter you from the purchase and unless you get enough time to test them out, you might not be completely satisfied with your purchase. But when choosing the VR headset, you want to know what games are on the market, right?

While the lineup of games is going to continuously grow, the market for a live casino game is starting to become an eventuality that many seem to want. Players who enjoy being able to play live games online while betting would potentially enjoy the experience of using the virtual reality headset to walk through an online live casino with other players and I’m certainly one of them.

People don’t generally enjoy going to a real casino to lose their cash, so being able to sit in the comfort of your own home and walk through the live casino and play with virtual currency is a lot more fun. A big success on the Windows platform, CasinoVR shows us that there is a market for this type of game and moving it from the computer to the console to allow people to play live games in a virtual casino using the headset would enhance the experience and be far more beneficial.


What are your thoughts on a virtual reality casino game for consoles? Do you think it would work better using a virtual currency or a real life currency? Perhaps both! Let us know down below your thoughts and opinions regarding this!

Luke