GTA V Diamond Casino is real and may scrap your real life savings very fast

GTA V now has an in-game casino where real-life money could be spent on chips, so you could satisfy your gambling addiction. The money gained in-game, however, cannot be converted back into cash, which makes it somewhat cheesy.

As you know, just as in any other game nowadays, players can buy cash with real-life currency, for then to convert them into chips, and gamble through the given set of games. Whether is that video horse racing, blackjack, poker, roulette or the most annoying slot machines, you can waste your savings on each of them.

The Diamond Casino and Resort is open and available to all of the players, as announced by Rockstar Games. Below you can find the trailer and opening of the Diamond Casino Resort.

Being a Resort too, and that quite a wealthy one, players can enjoy the landscapes seen from the top of the object as it operates with some tidy environment. It contains a spectrum of stunning views, as it is the wealthiest place currently in the world of GTA V.

But, the move of allowing people to buy chips for real money is a bit inadequate by Rockstar Games. Or, should we go by the fact of the very same old Loot Boxes tactic. This also may serve as a testing period for the GTA installment, which if proven as successful, will most likely be included in the next series of the franchise.

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