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Incentive Games: New Products Release

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Incentive Games is a business-to-business (B2B) software developer specializing in building games which deliver value to the iGaming industry. Incentive Games’ proprietary software platform, STAR (Sports Tool for Acquisition & Retention), assists their clients to drive traffic through the gamification of real-life sports and betting events that people are passionate about. They then upsell highly customised versions of their clients’ high value products and services based on the user’s in-game choices and behaviour.

Whether reinvigorating stale userbases or building them from scratch, Incentive Games engages and monetises users by delivering high quality, dynamic gaming content set within a casual, social framework – making users go further.

Formerly ‘Premier Punt Group’, Incentive Games have been moving from strength to strength since completing their B2B rebrand in late 2018. Previously designing industry-specific customer acquisition and retention software, Incentive Games has diversified their offering significantly with general purpose products now applicable to any industry.

Incentive Games are announcing two new jackpot-driven products:

Predict 6, a score results predictor game, and
Quick 6, a single match fantasy game.

These games can be combined with other games into a single application or as progressive web apps (PWAs) located on the client website/app.

Both of these new games are market-ready and available on the new Incentive Games’ STAR platform – a single, centralised games platform which hosts their full range of products. Incentive Games’ clients can now ‘plug and play’, choosing from their full suite of games with each being fully customisable to different sports, leagues and more.

Combining these games in one platform offers a uniquely comprehensive fantasy sports experience for both seasoned fantasy players and the casual sports fan, with instantaneous match updates and best-in-class user experience from beginning to end. And this combination is likely to entice iGaming operators too, by allowing an upsell to both player and team markets by the nature of the two games.
To win the Jackpot in Predict 6, users must accurately predict score-lines from a day or week’s matchups, and for Quick 6; users are challenged to build the best performing fantasy team of players from a chosen match to beat out the competition. Once users have entered the competitions, Incentive Games’ proprietary algorithms take the user’s predictions and line-up selections and produce bespoke pre-populated betting slips tailored to each user that link directly to the same bet slips prepopulated on the client’s sportsbook.

Continuing from initial success in the UK and Africa, Incentive Games are expanding to target the US sports market. Beginning with deploying the ‘big 4’ American sports, American Football, Baseball, Basketball and Ice Hockey, with new games designed specifically for the Americas that offer a novel, localised user experience.

With stats refreshed live by the second, the ‘Sports Tool for Acquisition and Retention’ boasts industry-leading update latency – refreshing in seconds: with every pass, yard, hit, dunk, and goal users can keep up to date with the action live in-play and never miss out on the action.

Incentive Games will be exhibiting at this year’s Betting on Sports America conference in New Jersey. If you would like to book a meeting with Incentive Games at either event, please contact Dan@incentivegames.com or visit the team in New Jersey in April at stand number 428.


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Online Punters Having Issues Trusting UK Gambling Sites

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According to the UK Gambling Commission and YouGov, an independent data and public opinion company, most players in the UK don’t trust online casinos.

There have been several surveys held and published by these two authorities. Despite a different scale, period, and groups of respondents, the results were strikingly similar.

One of the surveys only questioned over a thousand of gamblers in the UK while another one included many more. One of them only included gamblers while the other one wasn’t limited to gamblers only.

Regardless of these differences, both surveys concluded that:

  • Around 70% of gamblers don’t trust the UK’s casino operators

According to the official data, this percentage has dropped by roughly 20% since 2011. That’s certainly alarming for the online gambling industry, especially since so many measures are taken to ensure the player’s safety.

However, it’s the industry’s and, most importantly, its regulators’ own fault. They have been trying to raise awareness regarding rogue casinos, problem gambling and similar casino-related issues in the past.

It seems that with such a decline in casino users’ trust, they’ve been very successful. In a way, this is a good thing too. After all, self-aware gamblers are less likely to suffer from irresponsible gambling outlets.

Punters Don’t Trust Online Casinos

YouGov explored this issue further with more specific questions such as:

  1. Do you support the decrease of a maximum stake at FOBTs from £100 to £2?
  2. How serious are gambling companies when they say they want their players to gamble responsibly?
  3. Do you support prepositions to limit the spending, stakes and speed one can gamble at online casinos?

All three questions revealed that gamblers in the United Kingdom are mostly for further restrictions. This implies that they don’t trust the operators and sites where they place their wagers.

Public Opinion in Numbers

For example, only 9% of people oppose the reduction of a maximum stake at physical betting terminals at bookies. Similarly, only 19% oppose suggestions to add similar limits to online casinos too.

More than 80% and 74% respectively agree with the tightening of gambling options both online and offline.

When it comes to trust related to responsible gambling promotion by the gambling sites, the situation is very similar. 71% think that casinos aren’t serious when they’re promoting responsible gambling.

Likewise, only 26%, or one in four, believe such communications of online casinos are truthful.

Why Is There So Little Trust?

Many stories of gamblers suffering from mobile casinos and their addictions have surfaced in recent months. This includes the ineffectiveness of GAMSTOP and similar problem gambling organizations.

Another example (more than one, in fact) is of casino operators that send self-excluded players promotions and personal offers to make them play casino games again.

Such examples have naturally diminished the public opinion of gambling firms and the industry as a whole. The watchdogs still struggle to protect certain gamblers in some respects, so people generalize this news.

Combined with a gambling stigma and the myths of rogue casinos, like outlined on the blog of GoWin, it’s no surprise that there’s little trust in the casino industry online.

Luckily, the situation is slowly improving thanks to frequent discussions and problem solving efforts. So, this decline in the trust of UK online casinos can’t last forever.


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BF Games invites players on an oriental journey with Taste of China

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Explore the cultural richness and mystical Chinese totems with BF Games’ new slot Taste of China.

Starring the mischievous Buddha Arhat, the game features traditional Chinese symbols including dragons, red lanterns, and pagodas that offer players the chance to win big.

Landing three goldfish scatter symbols rewards 12 free spins while wilds and super symbols trigger bonus rounds and multipliers.

The 5×3 video slot has a medium volatility, offering plenty of opportunities for players to be rewarded as they spin the colourful reel.

Piotr Szpoton, CEO at BeeFee, said: “Taste of China takes players on an amazing journey and the game has great graphics and some fantastic features.

“With stunning colourful art and all the characters and symbols you can expect from the land of dragons, this game will attract operators and players alike.”

 

About BeeFee:

BeeFee is a creative and dynamic game development studio that creates innovative slots content and IT services for the global online and land-based market. With a focus on developing high-quality games and platform, BeeFee offers an extensive portfolio of industry-leading products to the sector. The London-based company was founded by industry veterans and is also a land-based operator and slot machines producer in several European jurisdictions. Learn more at: www.beefee.co.uk

 


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ORYX boosts Spanish presence with Tecnalis partnership

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ORYX Gaming, a Bragg Gaming Group company, has successfully integrated its gaming content onto Tecnalis’ platform for the Spanish and Latin American markets.

As well as ORYX’s proprietary portfolio of games, content from Gamomat and Kalamba Games are now available to all of Tecnalis’ clients which includes Casino Barcelona, Casino Gran Madrid and Sportium.

Gamomat’s top-performing content, such as Books and Bulls, La Dolce Vita, and exciting side games such as Red Hot Firepot will be available, as well as Kalamba’s games with amazing retention and monetisation mechanics, including Tree of Gold and Tiger Claws.

The games are certified for the Spanish market and newly-regulated Colombia.

Tecnalis has positioned itself as the leading gaming platform in the Spanish market and is also certified in the newly-regulated Colombian market.

Matevz Mazij, ORYX Gaming CEO, said: “Tecnalis’ track record in the Spanish market is second to none and we are thrilled to have our content on their platform and available to leading operators in the country.”

Alejandro Serrano Zaera of Tecnalis, said: “We are delighted to partner with ORYX and to have their proprietary games, as well as content from their partners, integrated onto our platform.

“The stellar content is a great addition to our existing offering and will be a hit with our clients and their customers.”


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