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GiG shows that data is at


the Core of everything Gaming Innovation Group was showing its next-generation data platform, GiG Data, at this year’s ICE. GiG Data has been designed to be integrated with GiG Core (GiG’s iGaming platform) or can integrate with third-party solutions. Te data platform enters the market as a real-time, cost-effective, secure and compliant tool


GiG Data brings improved data integrity, efficiency, speed and a stronger offering to both GiG’s internal operations and those of its customers. Existing customers will be migrated from the current data platform in 2020. Te solution offers operators a fast and scalable self-service tool that produces data and back office reports in real-time and improves business intelligence. Te tool provides a secure and compliant data framework, which is responsive to the critical data needs for both GiG and its partners. It comes with standard KPI libraries across all tools and incorporates artificial intelligence applications, which work together to implement responsible gaming tools.


Playboy Bunnies add new dimension to Interblock’s stadium gaming


Interblock was turning heads in London with its Playboy Arena, the latest take on its stadium gaming concept which now comes with Playboy Bunnies as dealers


Te immersive and multi-sensory gaming environment was taken to the next level in London with the Playboy branded gaming stadium configured with automated, video, dealer assist generators and/or live table dealers.


Te flexible footprint provides operators a unique use of their space where multiple games can be active at the same time. For the partnership, Interblock will combine the latest trends in gaming, interactivity, and entertainment to create a wagering experience with the Playboy brand for consumers worldwide.


John Connelly, CEO Interblock Gaming, said: “We are proud to partner with a brand which has been associated with casino providers for over two decades, Playboy. With this partnership, we aim to provide players the very best wagering experience in the world.”


Interblock now connects the bar to the arena action via its StarBar bar top, which allows players to interact with up to four different games simultaneously on one play station without having to cash out or change machines. A variety of games are available including craps, blackjack, multi- hand blackjack, roulette, video poker and more.


Interblock’s Diamond Stadium was also on display with three live dealer tables delivering multi-hand blackjack, roulette and craps while also demonstrating its video options of multi-hand


blackjack, baccarat, craps and roulette. Te Diamond Stadium provides operators with flexibility to customise their stadium to their customer needs and available footprint while also connecting to external generators on the casino floor. It delivers more hands per hour, with a variety of table game content available from one seat and has the ability to easily switch to an automated or video gaming space when live dealers are not present.


Te Universal Cabinet, a standalone unit with slot- like hardware designed to support a variety of games, was also on show. Available in both video and automated formats, the product will demonstrate craps, roulette, blackjack and baccarat games.


Interblock’s Golden Ball Roulette offered a


completely new take on the classic roulette game. Golden Ball generates results based on different colour balls ejecting out of the ball magazine. Te game is intended to increase the hold of the traditional roulette game and introduce a new type of player to the traditional roulette game.


Te new Diamond Big Six Super Spin was also on the stand, offering the classic features of Big Six but with an added bonus. It is the industry’s largest wheel and is fully automated. Te double-sided wheel provides the flexibility to add play stations to one or both sides of the wheel, and the wheel’s face on both sides can be branded with the casino’s logo. Te new Big Six Super Spin wheel is divided into 54 segments, each with a symbol. If the pointer stops on a selected symbol, players placing their bets on that symbol will win or an additional Super Spin feature is triggered.


NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA P91


Gaming Innovation’s Rhea Craib and Mike Broughton


GiG Core is a cloud-based solution licensed in Malta, UK, New Jersey, Germany, S-H, Sweden, Iowa, Latvia and Romania. Tis player profile management system, with integrated KYC tools for verifying players, provides the technical foundation needed to create a stable and secure platform. Any GiG solution can be accessed through GiG Core, including third party game suppliers, multiple payment options and additional features.


Richard Brown, Chief Executive Officer at GiG, said: “We wanted to be able to offer new cutting-edge


solutions that we can use internally and offer to our customers. Te platform improves the way we store and manage data, with the real-time reporting leading to significantly increased service level to our partners, acting as the one account for all data services.”


GiG has just a signed a deal to supply its GiG Comply product to bet365 to meet heightened advertising criteria in regulated markets and multiple jurisdictions including the UK, US, and European markets.


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