MGM Grand is has unveiled its new skill-gaming interior golf suite, Golfstream, which launched at the casino’s millennial-friendly degree Up skill-gaming entertainment lounge over the weekend.
Golfstream, at the MGM Grand’s Level Up, is the latest cutting-edge skill-gaming designed to woo the millennial.
MGM is touting the suite as a ‘first-of-its-kind golf experience [that] uses augmented reality and laser guidance … in an approach that is new skill-based contests,’ permitting users to play at real-world virtual golf courses while supping a cocktail or two.
Golfstream’s putting surface is altered automatically to alter the reads of putts, while lasers can help show the line, or create exotic putting propositions.
Meanwhile, longest-drive and closest-to-the-pin competitions include striking the ball into the screen, which will then calculate direction and distance.
The suite even is sold with a caddie to help operate the games and ensure there’s a steady availability of food and drink to your table.
Needless to say, if you ask any golfer about the joys of betting on the end result of a game, you’ll quickly see why virtual tennis is the next rational phase in skill-based gambling.
Casinos in New Jersey and Nevada began rolling gaming that is out skill-based late last year; video game-slot hybrids designed to attract the millennial generation, that is largely unmoved by the outlook of endless Continue reading article