According to the findings of a recent inquiry, the COVID pandemic has had a significant impact on the overarching level of quality that is associated with the gaming experience.
It was long believed in the casino industry that if smoking was declared illegal, it would lead to a decline in income as well as a reduction in the number of clients.
However, according to a new analysis of how the global coronavirus pandemic has altered people’s gambling patterns, this may no longer be the case.
The information was made public on Friday by C3 Gaming. This comes at a time when multiple states, including New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania, are debating legislation that would outlaw smoking at casinos. The research firm states that the report was created without the assistance of a third party and that it is fully neutral.