Optimism about the growth of tables is almost universal.
Moore believes technology will drive this growth by speeding up the games, making them more accurate and providing operators with a rich data set.
“In the end,” he says, “a gambler is a gambler is a gambler—a real gambler. There’s really no difference in an Asian gambler, an American gambler or a European gambler.
Optimism about They want to play a lot of things, and as they gamble, they like incremental volatility. And a fast game’s a lucky game. Baccarat and roulette are historically slow games. So, you speed them up, and a player is going to enjoy it. You make
fewer mistakes, then you frustrate the player less.
If you under-pay a player, they get upset, they have to stop the game, it kills the mojo, everybody gets upset. It’s just not good for the flow and the momentum of the game.
So providing a fast game, where the dealers can’t make mistakes that stop the flow and the mojo of the game—they all love that.”
Hemberger believes the human element will ensure the continued success of table games.
“As everybody focuses on millennials and younger folks gambling in casinos, it certainly appears that the data supports the fact that these folks are playing tables,” he says. “I think that’s a great thing.
I think tables have the ability to be social, and that’s what these people are looking for.
I think they have the ability to not focus entirely on cash awards, but on things that winners could share with their friends or family, or make things experiencebased.
That’s a very natural segue to capture the attention of young people and get their interest, and also have the skill element at the same time.
Table Game Growth Sjöberg says casinos must be prepared to serve the changing desires of younger players. “There will always be space on the casino floor for table games, and they continue to be popular with all demographics,” he says.
“However, in order for the segment to grow significantly and gain new, younger players, operators will need to offer cross-platform table gaming and a greater variety of games.” Knust says Genesis will be ready.
“We believe table games will continue to grow, given the wide demographic that they appeal to,” he says.
“Evolution will certainly take place, and we will continue to work on the operational and the technical challenges that still exist.” Snow is a bit more pragmatic. “Table games will continue to grow,” he says.
“But everything in the industry is always changing. You’re so close to it, you don’t feel it. But it’s changing constantly.
I wouldn’t say that we have re-conquered that territory, but we’re making some progress in table games. “But that could change over time. You can never be satisfied.
Table Game Growth One thing that I hope people know about Scientific Games, when it comes to table games, is that we’re relentless. We are constantly working on things for the benefit of the casino industry.” Snow applauds his competitors for some amazing innovations, and hopes that will continue
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