“We all know how heavily the industry has been impacted by COVID-19, but the crisis has shown how our customers that invested in our ADVANTAGE system really did have an advantage,” said Nelson Cheung, System Sales, IGT Asia. “We’ve continued to invest in the IGT ADVANTAGE system to enable flexible, unique and personalised experiences for high-end players, that maximise ROI per player when our customers most need it.”
“Our cashless gaming solution coupled with innovative bonusing has enabled customers to generate greater profits and manage their gaming floors more effectively during the crisis. The reduction in cash handling has lowered costs and risk while providing a safer environment for staff and customers,” Nelson added.
“To enhance marketing, operators have created personalised player experiences using the intelligence of Advantage Bonusing, and customising a variety of pre-packaged, turn-key media to delight their players and grow their time on floor.”
“It’s a flexible solution as it can run on a single game, a bank of games or across the entire floor. As with all our customer partnerships, we work together on a launch plan with creative support to ensure successful launches,” Nelson concluded.
This Dossier results from the “Life After POGOs” editorial project by Asia Gaming Brief which culminated with a pop-up digital forum on 9th December to discuss potentials ramifications in the industry.
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