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For years, competitive online casino gaming tried to mimic professional sports. Players wore Nike jerseys, plans for home-and-away games were established similar to those of pro sports league games and big-name celebrity investors were brought on board. Now, says Chris Greeley, commissioner of the League of Legends Championship series, no deposit bonus codes esports doesn’t need to mimic existing sports as it develops its own sports persona.    

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Facebook Gaming is encouraging streamers and viewers to move to its platform by offering a wide variety of new online casino games and features as it positions to become the #1 platform for gaming streaming.

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The online casino video gaming industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry, estimated at almost $159.3 billion in 2020, a 9.3 percent growth over 2019.  Even before the pandemic, industry growth was exploding but thanks to a year of sheltering-at-home, video game growth has far exceeded expectations.   

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The legality of online casino gaming in America is as changing as ever. Some states allow online betting if it’s operated by an existing land-based casino located within the state.  While other states give online operators free reign to offer online casinos to its state residents along with all the perks like online casino bonus codes - such as our very own Grande Vegas Casino. Other states allow only online gambling with no retail casinos existing at all in the state.

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One non-negative outcome of the coronavirus pandemic is that the Vegas casino online sports world has begun to embrace online casino esports. College sports programs now run esports teams, broadcasters feature esports data on their broadcasts and even the Olympics will be featuring esports competitions in the next Olympic Games.

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It’s no secret that the number of work-from-home employees has skyrocketed this year. In the United States alone close to 18 million people now work from home and estimates are that the numbers will continue to rise as employers find that they can save on office costs while they enjoy the same – if not more – productivity from at-home workers. Even before the pandemic, the remote workforce in the United States rose by 173% between 2005 and 2018. Today, it’s estimated that 42% of the American workforce works from home.

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Vegas casino online sports betting is not legal in 19 states. Four states have passed online casino sports betting legislation and are presently preparing the infrastructure to begin offering it in the coming months. Nine additional states have sports betting bills pending in their state legislatures. 

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Hacking has been a challenge for cybersecurity professionals for many years. As far back as the ‘80s, before the Internet became a dominant force in our lives, hackers could enter computer systems and cause damage or skew results.

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Streaming gaming started as little as five years ago with YouTube players posting themselves playing games - slots in particular - from their favorite Vegas casino.  Jump ahead a few years and streaming has become big business with all the big players.

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Regulating online casino gambling is a hot-button issue for European governments. Different countries have different approaches based on the political realities and the social fabric of each country.

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