The gambling industry has been on the rise for a really long time now. Thousands of people worldwide enjoy spending their time in casinos, be it in the American city of sin Las Vegas, Chinese Macao, Monaco in Europe or other less famous gambling venues across the world.
And while Las Vegas is known for its timeless luxury of spacious gambling halls, fountains of Bellagio, the glamorous see and be seen attitude; there are other places in the world and other facts to learn about casinos that may be less known, but definitely worth taking a look at and remembering!
One of such fun facts, for example, is the world’s tiniest casino. Not only it is the smallest one, but the interesting peculiarity is its location. It’s situated in one of English taxi cabs. The automobile boasts a gaming table with a real dealer, internet gambling facilities, LCD screens to watch all major sports events and a mini bar. Passengers can choose where they want to be driven out of the two options: they can be taken either to a bigger land casino free of charge or be driven anywhere else in the city while enjoying the casino thrills. This is literally your tiny personal four wheels of fortune!
This infographic was created to introduce to you some of the most fun facts from the history of casinos, including the world’s smallest casino mentioned above and many others! To learn more, visit onlinecasinopolis.net
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 70%
Design - 80%
Content/Script - 80%
Usability - 85%
This infographic offers the reader several facts on casinos. While the topic is a bit broad, these sort of infographics can occasionally have success if put in front of the correct audience. The casino theme is very clear throughout, so the reader would have no doubt to what this is about. The facts chosen are interesting, and the brief copy keeps it digestible. This could use a few more elements that use design to visualize rather than provide simple illustrations. Some opportunities for data visualization are present in #3 and #7. It would help make this read less like a listicle with more data viz. Overall, we give this a C.