Toronto-based company 'Lucky VR' created an immersive VR game that allows players to gamble real money in a virtual environment. As consumers become more familiar with VR technology, there is growing demand for commercial VR applications. This game allows players to enjoy an immersive casino experience without the need to take a trip to Vegas.
The VR casino game is designed to recreate the casino environment in a manufactured setting. This means that players can be transported to a casino in Vegas, Macau or even on the moon. Players can then gamble real money in these virtual spaces to get the full casino experience. The idea is that VR technology helps extend the casino experience and make it more accessible for a wider audience.
While the technology is useful for those who cannot visit a casino in person, Lucky VR can also be used too give consumers the option of carrying on their gambling experience if they walk away from a physical game at any point. In short, the technology removes some of the limitations of physical casinos.