Stickyeyes’ latest market intelligence report on the igaming industry analyses who’s who in online gambling across the main verticals of sportsbook, bingo, casino and poker between July and December 2011. Phil McGuin, Head of insight at Stickyeyes, provides an overview of the findings and reveals that few operators are leveraging social media to develop an effective two-way dialogue with customers.
Money in and money out is at the heart of every business model. Handling payments, providing local solutions in every market and improving efficiencies are critical success factors. The Changing Face of Payments report offers an overview of the entire global payments ecosystem as it stands, as well as looking to the future of payments.
Global Gaming Outlook, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) latest study, assesses the current and future trends and revenue growth in the land-based casino and online gambling markets over the short-term period to 2015. Here, PwC kindly provides iGaming Business with an excerpt addressing the eastern and digital migration of a new global gaming landscape that will become dominated by Asia.
iGaming Business continues its series of articles that seek to better understand the roles of the industry’s chief executives. Regular columnist Simon Burridge assesses his own role as CEO of Virgin Games
Land-based operators have traditionally seen online as a potential source of cannibalization for their land-based businesses. Find out how using your existing database correctly will not only eliminate cannibalization, but could increase your land-based footfall.
A week of bonuses and free spins has just begun at popular South African online casino, SpringbokCasino.co.za. Today and Thursday, casino staff are giving Free Spins to players logged on between 10 am and noon.
Many might advise a slots player to quit when they’re ahead but Cedric M., a regular at Lucky Club Casino, is certainly glad no one suggested that the other night. After hitting several jackpots on his favorite slot, Ancient Wonders, he was up more than $18,000 and the weekend had just begun.
Filmed at the Social Gambling Conference, Andy Rogers from Mediatech Solutions talks about how the land based market is using the social gaming channel as a tool to improve customer loyalty, brand reach, revenue and KPI's of their core business.
Filmed at the Social Gambling Conference this expert panel discuss what makes a compelling slot game including what players value, what they find compelling, and what triggers them to do more than play for free.
Filmed at the 2013 Social Gambling Conference this panel will discuss social gambling player acquisition costs and lifetime values within different countries in North America, Europe, Latin America and Asia.
When he isn't managing the UK's largest corporate social media account – Britain's Got Talent – Matt Blore is innovating new ways to create a social media “voice” that's human, funny, reactive and creative. In this session recorded at the Player Acquisition Strategies Conference in June 2014 hear how Matt uses Twitter to drive business, engage and convert.
In this session filmed at the Player Acquisition Strategies Conference in June 2014 at the iGaming Super Show Simon Haynes from IgnitionOne will review the data from an indepth research report, discuss the conclusions and highlight the uncomfortable realities of digital marketing in 2014
In a sound bite: Social games have the reach, while online gambling has the money. Pini Yakuel, Optimove's Founder and CEO, discusses extensive opportunities for these two domains to accelerate each other’s growth, providing a closer look at how players differ for these domains and what implications the differences have.
Filmed at the iGaming Super Show this session looks at the trend for terrestrial slots to go online, the development of niche slot providers in the iGaming space, the importance of brand rights and how mobile is aiding this most lucrative iGaming asset. Beyond that, this session will teach you how to develop an effective slots portfolio that will aid in both player acquisition and retention.
Traditional online casino bonuses are not creating a good relationship between casinos and their players which is leading to a lot of "friction and tension”, Ohad Narkis at SkillOnNet, has told iGaming Business.