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What's New For Online Gaming In 2019?

What's New For Online Gaming In 2019?

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) 2019 promises to be a great year for online gamers around the world. The use of VR and AR is expected to rise. Video game graphics will continue to increase. Role-play games and social games will take center stage. With the increase of gaming sites and rewards, becoming a professional gamer may finally go mainstream.
If you are excited to find out what new things will happen in the world of online gaming, here is what to expect.

Mobile Gaming Continues to Grow
Mobile gaming has been around for a while. If you still haven't tried gaming on your smartphone, consider getting used to it. Developers have been investing heavily in mobile gaming. With 4.6 billion people expected to own smartphones by the end of 2019, more games will go mobile.
Already, globally successful video games like Fortnite are available on mobile apps. Online games like poker and slots can be accessed from any mobile phone. In 2019, the only additions will be the technology powering mobile games.
Poor graphics and difficulties to play games over some smartphones are some of the issues developers are currently working on. By the end of 2019, most mobile games will be as immersive as their PC counterpart. It will be enjoyable to play popular and non-popular games. The only major difference will be the sizes of screens but the entertainment part will have improved.

VR and AR Influence
The number of online games that can be played with VR goggles are countable. Things are expected to change for the better in 2019. As the demand for both virtual reality and augmented reality increases, so will be the games that support them.
Virtual reality changes the way you perceive your surroundings. You are immersed in the gaming world for more entertainment. Augmented reality improves the experience even further, which is why they are such popular among gamers.
With the increased use of VR and AR technologies, the online gambling industry is expected to grow by 10% in 2019. The UK is expected to benefit the most due to its high population of online gamers. Casino online UK platforms will increase revenue and see the number of players joining their platforms skyrocket.

More Sports Betting Sites
The growth of the sports betting industry isn't expected to decrease any time soon. If you have been thinking about investing in the industry, find a good company. Several US states are expected to legalize online sports betting in 2019. Around the world, sports betting is headed up in both revenues and adoption rates.
Unlike casino gambling, most countries and societies don't seem to object sports betting. In places like the UK, major sports franchises have partnerships with betting companies. In fact, over 50 football clubs in England have partnerships with at least one betting company.
The same can't be said about traditional online gambling. While still legal, you don't find many brands endorsing online casino gaming. That has left the sports betting industry to rise in areas where the gambling industry has failed.

Game Design Improvements
Technology has always been the driving force of the online gaming industry. In 2019, developers will continue to advance games and gaming platforms for better playability. Mobile gaming platforms lag far behind when it comes to game design and gameplay.
A lot more areas need technological advancements if the online gaming industry is to compete with game consoles. Things like HD streaming on both mobile and computers must improve. New Zealand casino players who want to play against their US counterparts shouldn't experience any glitches.
Playing against peers and live dealers will continue to increase popularity in 2019. And knowing there are challenges in that aspect of the industry, expect more improvements. The good thing, there are multiple platforms where you can play online with almost no glitches. If your favorite gaming platform is full of glitches when you compete online, there are multiple alternatives.

Smart Contracts Casinos
The blockchain technology and bitcoin have been influencing the online gaming industry for a while. So far, bitcoin has had more impact. In fact, casinos that accept bitcoins alone run in the hundreds and may soon form an industry of their own.


Smart contracts represent a blockchain invention that promotes a trustless relationship. The contracts are powered by the blockchain and depend on commands to initiate actions. Instead of having your deposit go to the casino's accounts directly, your money will be held in independent accounts.
When you wager and lose, the money goes to the casino. If you win, the money is deposited into your account. A few casinos interested in the financial model are also tapping on the ICO industry. ICOs represent a system for raising funds that depend on issuing out tokens of value. Investors buy the tokens and hope they will gain value as the casino grows. The gambling startup uses the money invested for marketing, technology, and other issues.

Advanced Security
Face recognition to access your gaming account isn't a farfetched idea. Security advancement has been one of the major focus points of online casinos recently. Fingerprint sensors, face recognition, and anonymous accounts will be common features in 2019.
A high focus on security may come with the drawback of entering passwords multiple times but it will be worth it. Two-factor authentication won't be a choice anymore. You'll have to integrate the security procedure to better secure your account. With the involvement of the blockchain, gaming sites will be ultra-secure.

To Conclude
The online gaming industry is expected to continue growing in 2019. The relatively new mobile sector is projected to increase in popularity. Developers will invest more in game design, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology.
Virtual reality and augmented reality fans can expect to have more games support these technologies. If you love to play with your peers, look forward to new multiplayer games in 2019. Some things won't change like most games and payment methods. But with increased competition, gaming sites will do the best they can to remain in business.

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