The GLI-33 technical standard aims to clear the complexity and confusion surrounding the implementation of sports wagering regulations and systems
February 22, 2019
No longer conducted in smoky backrooms by colorful and shady characters straight from a Damon Runyon novel, sports betting is a multi-billion-dollar global gaming enterprise legitimately conducted by some of the world’s most respected sports wagering and gaming companies.
In my last few articles, I covered the various analysis that I utilized as an operator and those that we at Eilers & Krejcik Gaming are applying in the EILERS-FANTINI Central Game Performance Database (GPD). Since those articles and reports were published, operators and suppliers have requested new ways in which they would like for us to slice and dice our large dataset.
I didn’t find the “Next Big Thing” to revolutionize the casino industry during last October’s Global Gaming Expo. It wasn’t for lack of impressivetechnology on display at G2E. But in my experience serving casinos and hotels, I’ve seen the most impactful innovations happen in a property’s back office, not a trade show floor.
Casino operators have traditionally used analytics to understand basic behavioral attributes of customers such as play level, spend and visit frequency. But as gaming properties have become more amenity driven, the competition for visitor wallet share between the casino and other entertainment-oriented facets of the facility has become increasingly aggressive.
Agilysys, Inc. recently announced that Hospitality Enterprises, known online as BigEasy, has chosen the company’s InfoGenesis point-of-sale solution for their operations at the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen and the Riverboat Louis Armstrong.
A casino's image goes a long way with guests. In fact, in today's age of user-generated reviews and pictures, image can mean the difference between a customer patronizing your casino, staying at your hotel or booking a convenstion. For example, TripAdvisorTM, one of the largest travel websites with user-generated content, attracts nearly 30 million monthly visitors.
Do you know what the hundreds of millions of Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook users, bloggers and reviewers are saying about your brands, products and competitors? You can by effectively analyzing the huge volumes of unstructured text data that stream in from social media outlets. This white paper will help you get started by explaining the practical applications for text analytics and providing tips to help you get the most from this powerful resource.
The ability to acquire, convert, enhance, store, and manage marketing and operational data is a challenge many organizations face, including casinos. The amount of data that exists and is available today isn't the problem; it's converting data into actionable information that ultimately determines marketing success.
GLORY (U.S.A.) has over 30 years experience providing cash management solutions for the gaming industry. GLORY, a leading provider of cash access connectivity, describes its product design and creation process and the unique features that set its kiosks, ATMs, cash dispensers, recyclers and currency handling devices a cut above the rest.
In this issue of Sports Betting Management, read about the latest stories from the gaming industry's sports betting market, take a look at how professional sports leagues relate to legal sports betting, and much more!