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Online casinos and virtual reality

In the field of video games, several recent technologies are leading to the renewal of the genre. Virtual reality, aka V.R for short, and augmented reality are some of the innovations meeting with great success among gamers from all walks of life. The booming V.R fashion does not, however, stop at pure gaming as we know it today. Other sectors such as casinos are benefiting greatly from this, disrupting the sector while bringing its share of innovation.

From physical casino to Virtual Reality

The arrival of the global Covid-19 epidemic has brought many changes to the commerce sector. In this area, physical casinos, forced to close their doors, have had to diversify their activities to concentrate on the online gaming sector. Already quite well established, the best online casinos have not hesitated for a single second to take a further step in dematerialization by offering, for example, new online payment methods, using providers such as Paypal or even accept payment in cryptocurrencies, which represents a significant step forward for a sector that has until now been very conservative in its achievements.

Immersion is one of the points that online casinos lack, which is why the popularization of virtual reality was a boon for these establishments to provide their customers and passionate players with experiences worthy of a playroom without having to move from your living room.

VR games developed by online casinos

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Among the most successful VR games, note that NetEnt offers Gonzo’s Quest, Jack and the Beanstalk, Twin Spin and Robin Hood and that in particular at Quickspin you can play Big Bad Wolf and Beowulf or even VR Electric Sam, Taco Brothers, Jack Hammer 2, Fruit Shop and Invisible Man at Elk which offers the largest choice of virtual reality games.

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What configuration to play in VR?

To make the most of VR, in addition to a virtual reality headset like the Oculus Quest, you will need a fairly powerful PC. Note in this respect that an Intel core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a GTX970 graphics card will be the minimum to benefit from good gaming conditions. The ideal being of course to have a latest generation graphics card like the Geforce RTX 3080.