As the economy collapses, Atari wants you to play with cryptocurrencies. Sounds interesting we know. Here’s how you can play the Atari.  Due to the current situation in the world economy inclines to decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Highlighting faster payouts, bigger games, and fewer local restrictions, the classic video game maker seems to be dedicated to virtual gaming.

With a website already up and running, Atari says the casino “is coming soon” with no actual release date available. Still, potential players have the ability to login/register and purchase “Atari Tokens”, which can be exchanged for assets or real money. Along with this, the publisher of Rollercoaster Tycoon revealed some of the plans they have for the gaming platform.

The large group seems to be playing in real-time with each other. Without going overboard on the games available, they specifically mention that players can participate in Blackjack and Roulette. However, Atari notes that there will be a variety of classic casino games available for players to gamble, play live, and participate in party chats with others in small, high-interest businesses. Between these games will only be played by the rules set by the professional dealers. 

While there will be different card games to play, the publisher announces a set of unique slot machines to bet on players as well. Also, players can bet on skill games instead of “Atari Special”. The company says that in this unique game mode, players will be able to play competitive Atari games where they can bet against other players. As with other game styles, the publisher, which spans five decades, has not revealed which games will be available.

This news comes as the global economy has been rocked by the repercussions of the COVID-19 epidemic. Recently, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that the global economy has reached a “standstill” and that the recession we are witnessing will be much worse than the 2008 financial crisis. In addition to this project, Atari is also preparing to launch its new Home Controller, Atari VCS. The original goal of its launch in March 2020 was to delay the game’s creator due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, those interested in the console looking to mix classic and modern games can still pre-order.

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