So remember when you went to Vegas and got served free alcohol because you would stay and gamble? Well, a few big casinos are changing the 'game' and some players aren't too happy about it.
According to a recent LA Times article,
Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts are experimenting with technology that allows them to track how much people are spending on casino games. The idea is to serve up drinks to gamblers based on how much they spend on playing.
According to Thrillist, Caesars for example has begun rolling out a “comp validation system” on video poker machines. So for example, if a player bets enough into a certain machine, a light flashes green which will alert servers that this player is 'qualified' for another round.
What are your thoughts? Don't really care? Does this really matter to you?
Head to our Facebook page and let us know!