Technology is helping improve the casino experience in a myriad of ways—fostering better and more constant communication with customers, streamlining cash handling and other processes for increased efficiency and even by providing more access points for the gaming experience, just to name a few.
For obvious reasons, a lot of time and money is spent on customer-facing products within the casino space. After all, these are the devices that initially attract customers and keep them coming through the door and to experience the gaming floor or hospitality venues.
What will the history books have to say about the events that took place in 2016? One thing is for certain, the year is likely to go down as one of the most tumultuous in recent times, thanks to an election cycle that was, to say the least, full of shock and awe.
At its heart, the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) is primarily a showcase for the latest wagering and betting games and systems. However, as most gaming experts can attest, there is more to running and maintaining a successful gaming enterprise than occasional integration of new games.
What has a domestic audience of over 40 million and generates wagering activity worldwide that is expected to quadruple by 2020? It’s eSports, also known as competitive video gaming, and Nevada is ready to do something about it.