GTA 5 Online Casino opening date doubt analysed

With Rockstar releasing yet another GTA 5 Online update for users, we can see that the GTA 5 Casino doors are still not open and fans are again asking questions on when they will be open for use.

We have seen various teases and internal code leaks all year suggesting that a release is near but with each update that passes the Casino is still not out and some of you may wonder if it will ever open.

We came across a very interesting article from regular GTA content leaker Yan2295 and if you are someone who plays daily and are waiting for news on the GTA V Casino then it’s a must read for you.

According to Yan2295, the GTA V Casino will never open despite Rockstar’s ‘Opening soon’ banner from stating otherwise. Reasons for this is due to the uncertain nature of whether it would be acceptable for players to gamble their cash bought with shark cards as it could lead to all sorts of trouble if players get hooked and end up losing a lot of real life money.


On the other hand, players need a new fix to gamble money earned within the game which you could argue is perfectly acceptable. Read the article above and you’ll see the reasons why this could be the main factor in why we haven’t seen the Casino doors open since the game launched way back in 2013.

What are your thoughts on why the Casino release date for GTA 5 has never been finalized? Do you think it will ever come out? How much real money have you spent on Shark cards, anyone willing to admit?

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