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Grand Theft Auto V helps you Buy Chips with Cash

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Grand Theft Auto V opened an in-game casino where you can buy gambling chips with money. But the sad thing is it isn’t the other way around. You can’t turn the chips back into cash.

Regulators still mulled over the new feature, and whether or not the in-game wages are gambling. In GTA, players play with in-game dollars in real currency. But then they convert their virtual dollars to gambling chips.

This game is for teens, and adults, specially the ones over 18. Also, the in-game currency helps you buy cars, weapons and cosmetic items. You can also use it to play at slot machines, roulettes and poker, just like in w88.

Broughy1322, is a Popular British Streamer who showcases new content. He said- “They have done it, I can’t believe they have done it. They have gone over the line of what they would and it is a big problem that they allow you to buy chips with real money frankly.”

Kotaku, which is a gaming news site, said that “This way players can’t spend real money or win fake money that is worth real cash in the casino.” The chips apply to blackjack, poker, slot machines, video horse racing, roulette or spent on furnishing a casino penthouse.

But even when gamers are excited about this news, the regulators have a job at hand. The fact that there is a problem converting the winnings to cash is bugging the regulators. Also, there is no official way to monetize winnings.
There is also the black market which helps the players sell the items they win in a game. Some examples include players earned through “card pack” in Fifa 19.

Jo Twist, the chief executive of the video games trade body Ukie said that – “Unlicensed and unauthorized secondary in game item trading markets that abuse the terms and conditions of games are scourge on the industry”.

The idea of Bigtime Daily landed this engineer cum journalist from a multi-national company to the digital avenue. Matthew brought life to this idea and rendered all that was necessary to create an interactive and attractive platform for the readers. Apart from managing the platform, he also contributes his expertise in business niche.

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Baltimore Based Rapper, TrevMoMatic’s Voice is Elevating him as International Artist

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Born Trevor Arnett in Baltimore, Maryland, rap artist TrevMoMatic is creating music that evokes a spectrum of emotions. He is reaching worldwide popularity due to his rap style, international collaborations, and tracks that span over multiple genres – including hip hop and trap to electro-pop and afro-beats. His sound is establishing a global appeal and is elevating him as an artist we all need to pay attention to.

One of the reasons behind TrevMoMatic’s popularity is that he is open to rap on all sorts of tracks like he did on his song “Almost” where he raps over electronic drums and synths as he looks into difficult periods of his life.

In 2018, the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sponsored a song called “We Are Family” that is focused on addressing global health issues. This project was led by TrevMoMatic and includes notable collaborations with artists like Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Avril Nyambura, Knowless Butera, Xenia Franca, Navz-47, and Otuck William. Later that year, TrevMoMatic again teamed up with singer Otuck William and together they released the track “More Than Love”. This song is stuffed full of rhythmic Afropop, hip-hop, and melodious R&B elements.

As of this year, he has remixed Wikid’s very popular “Soco” track which is getting an immense level of popularity among streaming platforms. With this he is creating a momentum to catapult a successful long-term music career. Currently, he resides in New York City and is working on various projects. In the near future he hopes to work with other African artists such as Davido, Burna Boy, Victoria Kimani, Nasty C, and Octopizzo as well as Indian artists like Divine, Naezy, Emiway Bantai, and Ananya Bhat.

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