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According to data from KPMG, the online casino gaming industry will generate revenues of $30.8 billion globally in 2015. It is worth noting that about half of that amount will come from the European market alone. What's more, Forbes projects online gambling revenues in the US to reach $7.4 billion by 2017. These statistics show that the online casino industry is healthy and experiencing robust growth. To fuel this growth and attract new gamers, game developers are increasingly basing their video games on popular movies. A good example of this is the Brides Maids slots game offered by Royal Vegas Online Casino. Here is some more information on this topic:

The Era of Online Gaming

The casino gaming industry has largely benefited from increasing web access and proliferation of mobile devices like tablets and smartphones. In addition, this industry is experiencing emergence of disruptive technologies (such as virtual reality-based gaming) as well as a flurry of industry specific startups. It is also worth noting that opposition to online gaming in the US is crumbing albeit at a slow pace. In 2013, the states of Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey passed legislation legalizing intrastate online gambling. Not to be outdone, the states of Massachusetts, Colorado, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Louisiana, Hawaii, California, and Illinois have introduced or are working on legislation to legalize online gambling.

Another factor responsible for an uptick in online casino gaming is the popularity of social gaming. Data from Morgan Stanley shows that the US is the leader in social gaming accounting for 40% of global online gambling market share. This niche (social gaming) will generate revenues of $5.25 in 2015, according to Morgan Stanley statistics. By 2017, as much as 81% of social gaming revenues will originate from players who use mobile devices.

Hollywood Blockbusters and Online Casino Games

Both the online gaming and film industries have had a mutually beneficially relationship for years. The gambling industry regularly turns popular Hollywood blockbusters into casino games that resonate with their audience. In turn, the film industry benefits in the form of pre-agreed royalty payments. This arrangement has spawned numerous online casino games with easily identifiable titles such as Captain America, Rocky, Ghost Rider, The Avengers, Basic Instinct, Forrest Gump, X-Men, The Godfather, Jurassic Park, Sex and the City, Godzilla, Lord of the Rings, Top Gun, Indiana Jones, and Spiderman. 
Most of these games generate massive traffic because many players can identify with the characters or are fans of the original movies upon which they are based. In addition, they cover all types of film entertainment genres as well as classic and modern blockbusters. As such, they appeal to the young, middle-aged, and the old as well. It is also worth noting that one can play online casino games based on a particular current or past film star/character such as Marilyn Monroe, Bruce Lee, or James Bond. A good example of an online casino brand that has similar offerings and much more is Royal Vegas. To start with, Royal Vegas has a wide range of mobile-device friendly casino games. Some of the games that visitors to the royalvegascasino.com site can play include Bridesmaids, Tomb Raider, and Game of Thrones. Moreover, one can download and play these games on his/her mobile phone.

These games are unlike casino games of the past. Thanks to huge technological advances in CGI rendering algorithms, graphics card capabilities, as well as processor speeds for all computing devices (mobile or desktop-based), players interact with characters and virtual environments that are immersive, realistic, and that obey laws of physics. Furthermore, Royal Vegas games come with tons of interactive features, bonus treats, and are playable on the go.

Future Of Online Casino Games

According to the "Global Online Gambling and Betting Market 2015" report released by Hamburg-based business intelligence outfit yStats.com, the online gambling industry will continue to record single-digit market and revenue growth in the next four years.Nevertheless, industry players have to contend with regulations designed to ban or limit online gambling activities in many parts of the world. In the US, federal legalization of interstate online casino gaming has turned more or less into "foot-dragging," according to a study carried out by Price Waterhouse Coopers in 2014. On its part, the EU is considering introducing in-country licensing and tax regimes. The same is true in Latin America where online gambling is highly restricted.

Conclusion

The Internet has made it possible for web users across the globe to access and play casino games without visiting traditional brick-and-mortar casino establishments. You too can play mobile games at Royal Vegas from the comfort of your home or while stuck in traffic.



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