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  Which Types Of Mobile Games Will 5G Coverage Benefit?

As 5G coverage expands, more mobile users are recognizing the benefits. Simply put, the fifth generation of the cellular network means that we’re seeing faster mobile data speeds. It also brings lower latency –– meaning that it takes less time for signals to bounce from source to receiver and back to the source. These benefits will increasingly bring about improvements in service and greater convenience for people using mobile devices for any number of important purposes. On the fun side of things though, mobile gamers are also bound to notice plenty of perks.

In the most general, overarching sense, the benefits of 5G for gamers are better coverage and greater connectivity for online games. Apart from these, 5G also enables cloud gaming, which stands to benefit a number of common types of games (and allows gamers to access their games and save data from multiple devices and different locations). It also means that your game data (and other personal data) is safer, thanks to the cloud’s improved security.

But what types of games in particular will benefit from transitions to 5G and the cloud?

Cross-Platform Games

One of the main benefits of cross-platform gaming is being able to play with your friends who have different consoles than you. It’s also great for players who would like to play on a console today, and on mobile tomorrow –– while using their very same saved game data. 5G and cloud gaming are making all of this easier, allowing us to transfer large amounts of data from one device to another so that gaming experiences are seamless across platforms and devices.


As new games come out and existing games add more content and characters, MMORPG players will benefit from having a faster, more stable connection thanks to 5G technology. These games tend to be heavy; they demand a relatively large amount of space on your mobile device, and their beautiful visuals, immersive sound effects and music, and high-quality gameplay do require a good internet connection as well. We’ll likely see an improvement in how current games run, and developers creating new games will be able to be all the more ambitious as they increasingly rely on 5G.

Online Poker

For casual, offline apps in this category, 5G and cloud gaming will only make a marginal difference –– perhaps minimally increased speeds or reduced lag time, as we should see across gaming in general. However, there are also various sites and apps through which people still sign up to play real-money poker. On these platforms in particular, the cloud gaming enabled by 5G coverage is important in that it makes for a more secure experience. Gamers’ sensitive data –– such as credit card information, cryptocurrency wallet data, and personal identification –– will be safer on the cloud as opposed to if it’s saved locally.

Casino Games

Just as is the case with poker, the added security of 5G and cloud gaming will be increasingly important for this category. There are quite a few games –– such as slots, roulette, card games, and bingo –– that now populate casino sites. This variety caters to massive international audiences, which means that security will matter to a great many players using mobile devices all around the world. This will be the case even more as casino gaming platforms continue to embrace new and evolving payment methods, from Apple Pay and the like to cryptocurrency transfers.

In these categories and beyond, 5G technology and cloud gaming are offering some exciting perks for mobile gamers. That’s not to say there aren’t still common threats and scams to be wary of; those who play mobile games, particularly with real money involved, should continue to use precautions. But in various ways, from game quality, to convenience, to security, mobile gaming experiences should only improve as 5G coverage and cloud networks expand.


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