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COMTRADE – ICE PREVIEW


Comtrade presents their newest business intelligence architecture


Discover how value can be created through real-time retention strategies on stand N4-340


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aving the right business intelligence architecture helps us understand players and their needs,


attract new ones, engage and reward existing ones, and furthermore enhance their experience with one of a kind predictive analytics features. Comtrade Gaming, the leading independent technology provider to the gaming industry, announces that at ICE Totally Gaming 2019 it will highlight how value – through a high degree of real-time retention strategies enabled by predictive analytics – can be created. “Our product development is focused on the player and is creating an environment that delivers the best possible


responsible player experience on any given channel,”


explains Aleš Gornjec, General Manager of Comtrade Gaming. Comtrade Gaming will present the latest additions to their online gaming platform iCore. The player account management system includes real time responsible gambling notifications and alerts and personalised limit setting. There are further updates to the sophisticated bonusing


gamification feature – Award Games. Predictive analytics assists the operator to plan, launch and personalize individual promotions, communicate specific messages and award their players before, during and after gameplay. Operators can engage the player with additional retention tools, enhance the player’s lifetime value, control their business better and improve operational efficiency. Betting operators can now launch personalized free bet campaigns that are based on player’s past behavior. In connection to predictive analytics data sources,


Comtrade Gaming will use new dashboard technology that connects to traditional one and display new ways to understand and optimize business performance. With the newest gaming machine management platform


– sCore, Comtrade Gaming shows new ways of real time data collection from the gaming machines that support GSA’s G2S protocol under one central server. Presenting also Regulatory Reporting Interface protocol for data collection from systems that then goes through the extensive validation and verification engine, and is prepared for numerous types of reporting and alert notifying. Comtrade Gaming’s game development team gCore will


present brand-new framework – The Game Engine, with various features that specifically focus on multi-device support. The Game Engine is created to maximize code reuse, create visually rich content, reduce development and testing time and deploy games across multiple channels. With the gCore, Remote Game Server solution for vendors and operators, we fully optimize implementation and distribution of online, mobile and server-based gaming content to achieve the best user experience.


To learn more, visit Comtrade Gaming at stand N4 – 340 86 JANUARY 2019


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