MGM Grand is has unveiled its brand new skill-gaming interior golf suite, Golfstream, which started at the casino's millennial-friendly degree Up skill-gaming activity 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 truth and laser guidance … in an approach that is new skill-based contests,' enabling users to play at real-world virtual golf courses while supping a cocktail or two.
Golfstream's putting surface is altered immediately to change the reads of putts, while lasers might help show the line, or create exotic propositions that are putting.
Meanwhile, longest-drive and competitions that are closest-to-the-pin hitting the ball into the screen, which will then calculate direction and distance.
The suite even comes with a caddie to help operate the games and ensure there's a supply that is steady of and drink to your table.
Needless to say, if you ask any golfer about the joys of betting on the end result of the game, you'll soon see why digital tennis is the next logical phase in skill-based gambling.
Casinos in New Jersey and Nevada began rolling out skill-based video gaming terminals late last 12 months; video game-slot hybrids designed to attract the millennial generation, which is largely unmoved by the outl