Scottish Slots Players Lose £150m – Sparks Outrage

Research shows that Scottish slots players lose over £150 million annually on a new form of high stakes gaming. The study reveals that this amount has cost the country more than 18,000 jobs within the last 8 years. And as we’ll cover later, this has outraged certain groups. Research consultancy Landman Economics determined that £3.7 …

Skill Based Gambling Set to Explode in Las Vegas

Skill based gambling could explode in Las Vegas soon, thanks to an influx of new games that will be released. Gamblit is one of the companies driving this movement since they’re creating a variety of skill based casino games. As we covered before, they already released Danger Arena. And the company is working on a …

Sports Slots – Are They Under Represented?

Slot machines have been around since 1895. And in this time, developers have over-used just about every theme imaginable. But one theme that might not be overplayed yet is sports slots. Of course, this isn’t to say that the slots world doesn’t already feature sports-themed games. But the number of sports slots pales in comparison …

7 Timeless Slots Mistakes that Players Continue Making

Ever since slot machines were invented in 1895, players have been making mistakes. But some slots mistakes stand out above others because people have been making them since the early days. What are these gaffes? Let’s find out by looking at 7 timeless mistakes that you should avoid on the slot machines. 1. Not Researching …

Record Mobile Slots Jackpot Hit – Worth $8.7m

One lucky slots player hit a record mobile slots jackpot over the weekend. The player, who wishes to remain anonymous, won €8,012,153.35 ($8.7 million) while playing Mega Moolah. This safari-themed online slot holds a number of records in terms of progressive jackpots. In fact, this $8.7 million win tops Mega Moolah’s previous world record of …

How Slots Save Racetracks

While many bettors still follow horse racing, its popularity has taken a hit in recent years. In fact, most racetracks face closure due to low revenue and intense competition from other gambling options. Many states are approving racinos in an effort to save these tracks – most of which have been open for decades. A …