25 September 2017

Nowadays, more and more customer acquisition is happening on mobile. Therefore, you need to ensure that you are at the forefront of industry development. In this supplement, we take a look at the biggest trends in mobile gaming from this year.

Personalisation takes centre stage throughout but we also touch on everything from gamification to design challenges to operating system updates. If you are operating in the igaming space - this is the information you need to help you stay ahead of the game.

Highlights from the Mobile Gaming Outlook 2017 include:

  • The missing revolution of ethics
  • Standing out from the crowd
  • Getting comfortable with personalisation
  • Overcoming design challenges in gaming
  • IOS 11: Challenges and opportunities for igaming operators

This supplement was created in association with Gamanza Group and with support from Habanero, OtherLevels, SG Interactive, BtoBet, NetEnt, SB Tech, VivoGaming, Inspired, Pragmatic Play and Tain. 

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