Do you like playing Bejeweled 2, Scrabble, Solitaire variations, word games and more? Why not turn those hours of blowing off work into some real cash? You can only beat your own F95ZONE high score so many times before a game loses its luster. Now you can test your skills against human opponents and win cash while doing it.
The online skill game for cash industry has been growing by leaps and bounds in the past few years. Estimates put the industry in the 8 billion dollar range at the close of 2011.
Websites like WorldWinner, GameDuell, and King have lead the charge in this explosive growth and have firmly established market share by providing high-quality innovative skill games. Collectively their game libraries run the gambit from puzzle, action, trivia, card, and word games.
Regardless of which provider is chosen players always have to option to play for free and fun or to join real cash games. Entry fees generally run from $0.50 to $20 with prize pools running from a few dollars into the hundreds or even thousands. In fact at the time of the writing King has a dominoes jackpot worth over $40K!
The first step is to sign up with a skill game provider. We definitely recommend one of the big boys mentioned above. In fact GameDuell will give you $50 to try out the live cash games, King.com currently offers a $10 bonus.
Then explore the game library to see which game is right for you. Some of the more popular games right now include shooter/puzzlers like Bubble Popp, Jungle Jewels, and Dragon Click; word games like Scrabble and Letter Swap, card games like Spider Solitaire and many more. Skill gamers of all ages will have plenty to choose from.
After practicing at your game of choice you might want to step up to the cash games. Here is where you’ll get to match your skills against real human opponents for real prizes. One nice feature is the fair play systems that the providers implement to ensure players of similar skill levels compete against one another; GameDuell is particularly noted for maintaining equal matches.