5G technology is rapidly becoming the standard for communications companies across the globe, and for good reason. This technology speeds up data and streaming. As such, device developers are intent on ensuring that their latest devices integrate with 5G seamlessly.
What is expected?
The first 5G networks have been launched in Canada with more to come long term. Canadians will enjoy a better mobile gaming experience. The impact on online will no doubt be considerable in terms of data speed and security.
This is important as protecting user accounts is a goal. Players should be able to partake in poker, slot machines, blackjack, or any other game with security intact. In addition, more players can access the network simultaneously.
Speed a major benefit of 5G technology will become a big benefit, especially for sites offer live dealers. A faster transfer rate is of the essence. Delays are unwelcome and suspicious. Concerns are rampant in the industry about the authenticity of games.
When and where?
Any improvement in the design and efficiency of sites to accommodate 5G will calm nerves, but Canadian players will have to wait a bit for 5G technology to reach all regions of the country.
Over the next decade appears to be a reasonable goal. Meanwhile, several Canadian telecommunications companies already deliver 5G services in select markets.
Of note, Rogers, Bell, and Telus are working with smartphone carriers like Samsung and Motorola to offer the service. Rogers is currently online in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montréal while Bell and Telus have 5G services available in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, and Montréal.
Six other mobile service providers will soon take advantage of 5G speeds over the next two years, including Fido, Koodo Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Freedom Mobile, SaskTel, and Videotron.
It is a new era in online gambling for sure.