Innovative Online Gambling Solutions G2E 2016

Published Saturday, October 08, 2016 - Online-Casinos.com
Innovative Online Gambling Solutions G2E 2016

Exposure to information and technology that enhances the online gambling industry is what operators look for when building their businesses. The recent Global Gaming Expo, the international gaming trade show and conference “by the industry and for the industry ” is a good example of where professionals in the field go to become enlightened.

The G2E 2016 was a great success with many exhibitors leaving with a positive results knowing the gambling industry is moving forward. The very latest products, trends, and networking access was available to this year’s numerous attendees. The three day conference and exhibition included many keynote speakers along with innovative ideas for the knowledge thirsty crowd.

 A focus at the G2E 2016 was definitely the youthful demographic which included virtual reality products and skill-based games solutions. The Millennials and attracting them as potential customers was a hot topic for discussion at the conference where casino operators and iGaming developers offered some solutions to ramp up interest by the young mind set.

Virtual reality gaming was also presented as a method to attract the youth of today who seem willing to embrace new technologies and combine real money betting with fun.  ACS PlayOn had a unique solution to a problem. Knowing that young people don’t usually carrying cash the firm presented a device that should facilitate buying chips using your credit or debit card. This time saving devise that creates a convenient method for funding allows for less interruption will improve the overall gaming experience for Millennials. Legislation in the United States regarding online gambling laws was another topic during the G2E 2016 pointing out frustration many of those involved with the online gambling industry.

New Jersey DGE Director David Rebuck and MGC Chairman Stephen Crosby visited a number of regulatory topics during one of the panels, explaining how prohibition doesn't work and how the regulation needs to change and evolve with the gambling industry.

 

 

 

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