The modern gaming industry receives a lot of plaudits when it comes to job creation, and this praise is well deserved. According to research conducted by the American Gaming Association and Oxford Economics, the gaming industry generates 1.7 million jobs and nearly $74 billion in income for these workers and their families, and is expected to create an additional 62,000 well-paying jobs over the next decade.
As competition for the gambling customer intensifies across North America and the world, casino operators are increasingly relying on the data gathering and analytic capabilities of slot management systems, seeking out tools that easily and accurately gather, parse, evaluate and prioritize patron information and deliver it across a wide variety of platforms for staff perusal.
Stepping in to provide a solution are analytics providers; companies that have developed advanced ways to gather, mine and disseminate information across the entire gaming enterprise to resolve this disconnect.
Casino operators continue to look for ways to provide enjoyable, personalized and customized experiences to their customers, not just on the gaming floor or within property amenities, but also through communications with players after they step foot off of the property.
Since the dawn of the television age, game shows have been a viewer favorite. The tried-and-true format is actually more popular than ever… millions of people still love the excitement of a good game show.