A Washington Post article referred to a developing trend which has already been flagged on a couple of occasions in the industry. The trend is the slowing down of slots for the average players and the demands of the gambling demographic of the future referred to as millennials. Nevada is taken as an example. The number of slots in the state declined from 217,000 in 2001 to 175,000 in 2014 and earnings from slots have also fallen by 20% between 2007 and 2004. The same trend has also been seen in the online gambling industry, where a couple of industry experts have urged game developers to be alert to these changing tastes and respond accordingly.
Millennial Demographic Desires More from Slot Games
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