There was a time when the casino industry was considered something of a backwater when it came to technological innovation. After all, in its traditional form, casinos primarily housed table games and mechanical reel slot machines—wagering concepts established long ago.
Operators today have access to better data collection, storage and analytics platforms, and it is indeed allowing them a view of every single touchpoint a player has while in a casino resort. But it does not stop there.
Fraud and other misdeeds are on the rise in the online gaming universe, fortunately, so too are methods to detect and fight these crimes
June 18, 2019
Portland, Ore.-based iovation, a TransUnion company, has carved out a successful niche in the gaming marketplace by using advanced device intelligence and real-time risk evaluation to identify trustworthy customers and protect enterprises against fraud and abuse.
I like to think I am somewhat savvy when it comes to technological matters. After all, at a previous stop in my career, I was the editor in chief of a trade publication covering system technology for the banking industry.
When I discovered my love of branding, I somehow felt advertising was lesser by comparison. Moreover, in the current consumer-focused market, the word “advertising” is almost dirty or evil as if it were some wizard behind a curtain attempting to manipulate us.
Sports betting conferences proliferate these days, makes sense because the category is very much a work in progress and operators are in information gathering mode. In that spirit, here are some excerpts from a session at this spring’s NIGA show.
Scientific Games Corporation is creating an inclusive global gaming industry as a founding member of the All-In Diversity Project, a non-profit organization creating tools to advance the industry's diversity, inclusion and workplace equality.
AGS held its second annual GameON Mexico Customer Summit last month at Piso 51 in Mexico City, with more than 50 casino operators in attendance representing gaming properties across Mexico. The annual event is designed to bring AGS’ customers together with AGS leadership.
In this issue of Casino Journal, gaming operators prep for reopening in the ongoing shadow of coronavirus, reopening casinos should consider going back to the beginning, architects ponder COVID-19 impact on gaming resort layout and design, and much more!