We are living in a digital world and the Industrial Revolution 2 is well on the way; the Internet of Things will take us to a new level of digital connectivity, which benefits us greatly. In a few years, there won’t be anyone who remembers the analogue age, and with that in mind, we outline the popular ways that people get their entertainment.
Online casinos are billion-dollar businesses, as more and more people wager on sports via their digital devices; the thrill of winning a life-changing jackpot drives many players, while others play to come out with more than they went in with and a few become addicted. Virtual casinos offer all the thrills and excitement of brick-and-mortar casinos and mobile gaming is now the most popular way to play.
Another booming industry; couples bring out their sex toy and login to Pornhub, which gives them a huge library that covers every fetish and some you’ve never heard of. Of course, there is always the risk of young people being exposed to hardcore porn, which is not good. Aside from porn, there are digital platforms that connect people of similar sexual orientation and if this is between consenting adults, we don’t see any issues. The webcam industry is booming and is projected to continue growing, while sex accessories are socially acceptable these days and why not?
Gamers have never had it so good, with multi-player games that host hundreds of thousands of players worldwide, with 5G speeds, there is zero lag and users can play in real-time. Virtual headsets are about to flood the world, as the metaverse develops, which will change the way we live.
Whether the F1 race at Monte Carlo, Moto GP at Silverstone, Wimbledon, the FA Cup Final or the US Open, you can watch in pay-per-view mode, while some platforms stream events live. UFC are conquering the world, putting on amazing fight cards around the world and millions tune in to watch. We are now at the point where a handheld device can allow you to watch your favourite sporting events from any location on the planet.
Pubs & Clubs
While digital entertainment is a fast-growing sector, people still enjoy socialising in pubs and clubs and we think they always will. Nothing compares to face-to-face human interaction and despite virtual tech, we will continue to meet in public places.
Music Concerts, Cinemas & Theatres
We are seeing full houses in all regions of the world; the pandemic put a temporary halt to traditional entertainment, which seriously impacted many sectors. We are happy to see the industry recovering and the future looks rosy.
the way we get our entertainment has changed in the past 30 years and we are heading to a virtual universe where avatars interact; AI is a game-changer- this is an exciting time to be alive.