Land Vegas & SCCG Management Combine Forces for Groundbreaking VR iGaming Venture

Breaking new ground in the world of gaming, business consultancy heavyweight SCCG Management is banding together with Land Vegas. This innovative tech company specializes in fusing the glamor of traditional casinos with cutting-edge iGaming, all within a virtual reality (VR) universe.

Never one to shy away from avant-garde ventures, SCCG Management has also delved into microbetting this year, partnering with game-changer Grin Gaming.

The alliance with Land Vegas enables SCCG Management to pool its vast industry networks and strategic expertise with Land Vegas’ transformative VR gaming solutions. Their combined vision is to make VR gaming a prominent player in the industry, building on Land Vegas’ existing affiliations with prominent gaming firms like Pragmatic Play, Vibra Gaming, Endorphina, and Triple Cherry.

Stephen Crystal, the vision behind SCCG Management, shared his excitement: «This partnership with Land Vegas provides an opportunity to reshape the gaming landscape. Merging the tangible and digital casino worlds, we’re setting out to deliver distinctive and exhilarating experiences for gamers everywhere. Our shared ambition is to lead the charge in innovative transformation in the gaming sector.»

Speaking to Gambling Insider, Crystal opened up about the finer points of the groundbreaking initiative:

Regarding regulatory aspects, Crystal highlighted that in-game licensing within the metaverse mirrors that of standard iGaming. While the metaverse platform as a Web 2.0 iGaming extension doesn’t currently need a license, he predicted future regulations might address this aspect as we move into the era of Web 3.0.

When asked about partnerships with physical casinos, he sees potential in incorporating VR technology within terrestrial casinos, adding a new dimension to the gaming experience.

On the subject of Web 3.0 becoming a unique gaming vertical, Crystal emphatically endorsed its potential. He envisions that as technology becomes more affordable and advances, a wider audience will be drawn to VR experiences, offering a uniquely interactive way to enjoy a range of content.

Acknowledging the initial slow uptake of VR betting due to technological costs, Crystal is optimistic for the future. He cited the sizable investments from tech giants like Apple and Meta as catalysts for accelerated acceptance of VR in the near future.