So with the shrinking land-based casinos market by over an estimated 20% over the last decade from 2005 to 2015, it’s no wonder many casino operators are looking at new markets to ensure survival in the long term. The next casino coming-of-age group many are looking at is the millennial group aka. Generation Y aka 21 to 35 year olds.
So what do this millennial generation care about when you are game designing?
The 5 C’s of game designing to the millennials demographic:
So how social are the millennials with their games?
Are you designing for a game for the millennial casino demographics and need help? Follow me @astrogurl where I tweet about all things casino gaming.
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