Online Casino Sites Change Software for Business Interests
Leading online casino sites will be changing their software platforms in order to stay in business and be successful within the US market. In order to continue taking bets from American online casino players, these online casinos will have to adopt software platforms from other software providing companies. However, amidst the changes in these online gambling sites, some privately-owned online casino companies are going to stick it out with their current software platforms and see if the prohibition will prove unenforceable.
Claiming that the new online casino software platforms might prove to be better for business than the current ones, Daniel Negreanu is confident there won’t be a major interruption in business by replacing gaming software. He did say, however, that many of the poker sites that are being shut out from their software providers could end up aggregating their online casino players into a common shared network. ‘You’re definitely going to see a lot of the skins bouncing around but what could end up happening – and it will likely happen – is a new network will be born with some different software because that’s probably the easiest as far as transferring funds over.’
It seems that the winds of change, when it comes to the online casino industry and the way of business these online gambling companies have known for so long, are altering the face of the online casino world on a daily basis. The recent anti-gambling law which was passed by President George W. Bush is affecting the online gambling market negatively and it is causing grave concern among many online gambling operators. What the future holds for this popular business sector is still unknown to all, but will be followed by online casino fans everywhere.