Gaming and Gambling

Gaming and gambling are very similar activities; the gambling industry even uses these terms interchangeably. The main difference between the terms is that gaming is the outcome and achieved by skill. Therefore, gambling is based on chance. Whereas, for gambling, the opposite is true.
Many gaming activities include gambling features and vice versa. These activities are referred to as gambling-like gaming or gaming-like gambling. Due to the overlap in these activities, and the rapid growth of these activities in recent years. Generally, researchers have created a framework to help differentiate between them.

However, an example is a video game that features mini-games you can bet on in a simulated casino. But, there are also many opportunities to participate in social casino games through social media. Another example is a video game that features loot boxes. Whereas, players can spend money on access to unknown game features. Some regions, however, have banned loot boxes because they are so similar to gambling.
Free gambling-like games are now more commonly played when compared to online gambling for money. Studies show that young adults and adults who are exposed to these types of games may be more likely to develop problems. There is no evidence to support why this may be the case, although it may be due, in part, to how similar games have become to gambling. In recent years, there has also been an increase in the number of people who bet on different outcomes of video games.
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