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BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE CT GAMING & INTERACTIVE


CT Gaming: Striking the perfect balance


G3 interviews CT Gaming founder, Milo Borissov, about the transition land-based games developers have made to enable the leap into the digital domain with their titles


What is the relationship between CT Gaming and CT Gaming Interactive?


Milo Borissov, Founder, President and CEO, CT Gaming


Milo Borissov is founder, president, and CEO of CT Gaming. The Company is globally renowned with products licensed in more than 50 gaming jurisdictions. Mr. Borissov has been in the gaming business for over 25 years and has a profound vision and knowledge of the industry. Being an engineer in electronics and automation, he is the mastermind behind the company’s products, developed alongside a skillful team of professionals. He is one of the founders of the Bulgarian Trade Association of the manufacturers and operators in the gaming industry. Mr. Borissov is an owner of intellectual property rights over objects of the industrial and intellectual property – patents, trademarks and software products, registered internationally.


CT Gaming is a manufacturer and provider of casino games, slot machines, and gaming solutions with over 20 years of history. In 2012, we created the brand CT Gaming Interactive and from the onset it has offered a versatile and very successful portfolio of products including an online catalogue of over 150 HTML5 games, provided through our ELEPHANT Remote Game Server, and a white label solution platform.


Despite all the challenges caused by the changed situation globally, we are going full steam keeping up with the times and audiences’ tastes. We are witnessing online gaming's evolution and CT Gaming Interactive is our spearhead in the new iGaming environment.


Are there big differences in the development process between creating land-based and online titles? What assets, such as graphics, bonuses, and mechanics, change from one environment to another?


Te online slot machines work in pretty much the same way as land-based machines, except, you can play them anywhere and at any time. Te pillar of the game creation process is the human imagination. Slot games have evolved into rich entertaining escapes for players. Tey have complex and interesting storylines that engage players with dynamic sounds, rich graphics, and animations. Coupled with this, the various math and volatility models being employed also play an important part in creating an enjoyable and entertaining experience.


What differentiates us most as a company is that P130 NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / MARKET DATA


we engage with customers on a whole new level. Our products appeal to players' emotions and values their needs which is very important given that we increasingly witness the shortened attention span of consumers because of the intensity of offerings in the online gaming environment. We offer players a game experience that best reflects their own personality. It is complemented with plenty of rewards, loyalty programmes and other ways to engage players in unique concepts such as our new Jackpot concept launched under the name of Hot Cash.


We strive to offer the best solutions for both operators and players that ultimately connects customers with our brand and gives the in- person experiences that are a crucial part of making customers love our products.


A number of games are now moving from the land-based environment to online. How are your company dealing with the trend?


Most of our games are well known from the brick and mortar casinos and they have been


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