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What are the key ingredients in trying to encapsulate the unique feeling of being on a casino floor? What advantages does the solution have over live casino?


Te main ingredient needed for encapsulating the unique casino floor buzz is the irreplaceable feeling of playing a real-life machine. Our product is the closest thing you can get to playing a live slot, when they press a button on the slots machine using Winafar, it’s not just a virtual overlay but they are actually pressing a


We originally launched the Winafar product during the month of February last year in New Jersey, before the full lockdown had even come into effect. As mentioned before, our product was


really well received by the market and there was a growing buzz about it in the market, generating over 130 million impressions online and being covered by top media sources such as CNN.


It also provides real value for VIP players and high rollers. Again, trusting that the large sums of money they’re playing with is on a more dependable, familiar real-life machine and is the closest thing to actually being in the casino, mitigating the risk of losing their money to unsolicited platforms. Te trust factor is invaluable, being able to see it’s legit, watching the reels move and hearing the casino floor background noises, that’s the allure of it all.


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button on the machine. We’ve even put a microphone on the slot machine so the player can hear and feel part of the exhilarating casino ambiance.


Another key advantage our product has over live casino is the fact that 80 – 90 per cent of land-based casinos drive their revenues from slots alone, suggesting a superior market demand for our gaming solution. Furthermore,


we’ve seen leading live casino companies such as Evolution Gaming and Playtech acquiring slots companies, further demonstrating this growing trend in market that we have been pioneering for over six years.


As lockdown restrictions ease and vaccines roll out across the world, does the technology's relevance dwindle? How relevant is offering remote play on casino slot machines when players can visit a casino for a physical experience? Where does the hybrid experience fit in a post-pandemic society?


We originally launched the Winafar product during the month of February last year in New Jersey, before the full lockdown had even come into effect. As mentioned before, our product was really well received by the market and there was a growing buzz about it in the market, generating over 130 million impressions online and being covered by top media sources such as CNN.


Te onset of Covid-19 actually had the opposite effect on our activity caused our flow of customers to stall. Tis is because we need the casinos open in order for customers to see our product in action and fully understand the opportunity on offer. Te casino shutdowns severely limited our product exposure and player adoption. Upon the re-opening of the casinos in New Jersey in July, our traffic went


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