How the Internet Has Changed Online Slot Machines

People have been gambling since modern civilization began. Ancient Egyptians played versions of games that are still played today and artifacts of the game “knuckle bones” has been found in ancient Mesopotamia that dates back to about 3000 BC. But the face of gambling has continued to change since then, and has transformed rapidly in recent years due to online gambling.  

Slot machines are one of the most popular games both in land casinos- they make up approximately 70% of casinos revenue- and online gambling. Slot games are the most popular type of online gambling as well, beating traditional games for the top spot. Slot machines have been around since the late 1800’s, but playing online slot machines is more popular now than ever. The first online slot machine, where people could play for money, begun in 1996. By the 2000’s, millions of people around the world were gambling online. Online gambling is more convenient, as you do not have to go to a casino in order to play. You can play from the comfort of your own home. The internet also makes new and upcoming games more assessable to everyone. 

The internet also changes gambling behind the scenes. From an office, casino managers can reprogram all of the slot machines on the floor, changing the game’s playback percentage and even the game’s subject and design. They can do this all through a couple of clicks on a computer using a central server, when before, workers would have to open each individual machine to reprogram it. The internet has changed slot machines, and online gambling in general, forever. 

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