There was a time when what happened in Vegas, stayed in Vegas.
Or, to be more accurate, what happened in any one place tended to stay there!
For gamblers (and citizens) of previous eras, while it could be interesting and fun to read about what was going on in other parts of the world, most people tended to live and work for most of their lives fairly close to where they were born. This meant that while the news could be global – and maybe also movies, books, fashion, and/or music too – most of life was local.
The best places to play roulette on the Las Vegas strip didn’t particularly matter for most people! All that mattered was the rules and action at their local casino (if they were lucky enough to have one), as well as any other gaming sites within a day or two’s travel of where they happened to live. What did it matter how folks were playing the game thousands upon thousands of miles away?
Well, that world is gone.
The combined surpremacy of online gambling, social media, and international business interests means that what happens in Vegas…
… tends to flow outward (and back again) into the rest of the world with incredible speed!
Indeed, it doesn’t really matter if you’re talking about online gambling, climate change, the production of modern industrial goods, or the spread of Covid-19! In the modern world, all life is global. And so, too, is all business!
Which means: so, too, is all gambling.
If there’s a way to summarize all of that in just one gambling release, it has to be Playtech’s Roleta Brasileiria ao Vivo Revenja.