|Posted: July 2, 2004, 8:57 am - IP Logged|
I've moved this post to the Scratch Games forum.
I generally think that the "E" games in any state - as they are currently structured - will fail. (For example, Cyber Slingo in NJ.)
The reason is that who the heck wants to go to a store, buy a scratch game, and then be forced to go to a Web site to see if they won?
In the rush to do something on the Internet, the states are falling into the misconception that players are waiting breathlessly to rush to their computers to play.
They don't seem to understand that the only reason players will use their computers is if it makes the process EASIER. As in not going to a store at all. They don't want to use a computer just for the sake of using a computer.