How is New Technology Changing the Way People Enjoy Game Shows? - The Redditch Standard

How is New Technology Changing the Way People Enjoy Game Shows?

Redditch Editorial 18th Apr, 2024 Updated: 30th Apr, 2024   0

Game shows have been around since the days before television, and they’re set to continue being a massive part of British culture as new technology emerges. The internet has brought about new ways for people to feel like they are participating in their favourite shows, with major brands branching out into online content.

When VR becomes mainstream, it could enhance the online game show experience even more. Soon, anyone may have the chance to become the star of Deal or No Deal or Who Wants to be a Millionaire.

Slingo Offers a New Way to Participate in Game Shows

Slingo has been a major revelation for online bingo sites, serving to attract a wider demographic of players. It combines elements of slots and bingo, offering the best of both worlds in a variety of themes.

The Slingo games at Paddy Power span a vast range of genres, ranging from historical options like Slingo Cleopatra to animal-themed offerings such as Slingo Shark Week. Game shows are hugely popular in this game category as well, with players having a few different options to choose.

One of the most popular Slingo games on the market is Deal or No Deal Slingo, which gives players the chance to enter the epic box opening game. Deal or No Deal has a long history with the online casino sector, and there have been many slot games inspired by the international smash hit.

Slingo Who Wants to be a Millionaire is another famous game show that’s been adapted into this game format. It doesn’t involve answering questions, but it does use the sounds and branding from the series to make players feel like they’ve stepped into an episode.

VR and AI Could Combine for Bespoke Game Show Experiences

Artificial intelligence has boomed over the last couple of years, but according to FT Adviser, it’s only just getting started. It’s likely to have a massive impact on what’s possible in the entertainment industry and could potentially generate bespoke experiences for different players.

Virtual reality is also on the cusp of entering the mainstream. Indeed, it could boost the global economy by £1.4 trillion before 2030, according to a PWC report. When these two technologies are combined, they have the power to create entertainment offerings that we could only previously imagine.

AI and VR could converge to offer anyone the chance to participate as the central star of a famous game show. It could involve NPCs and an AI generated world that’s realised in digital form using VR. If this marriage between these revolutionary technologies comes to pass, it’s highly likely that the online bingo industry will take advantage of it to expand on its existing game show offerings. This would help bring the new concept to the masses.

There are countless ways to enjoy game shows thanks to the internet, and VR is going to bring about even more options. In the past, it was a hard process to get a chance to participate in a game show on TV. Soon, everyone may have the opportunity to take part in VR.


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