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The latest news. If you’re a time traveller from four week ago that is.
We get to know Digitain’s CEO a bit better.
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Fredrik Johansson explains how developers can engage with the next generation of players.
Zac Cohen tells operators to think a bit bigger when they start acting on 6AMLD.
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Lars Kollind discusses the art in classic slots and why they are still so popular.
Alex Lafferty, Director of Gaming, explains why the new laws are friend, not foe.
Dom Wolf explains how new research is revealing that much more needs to be done to ensure a better customer experience.
Slotegrator Academy analyses the effectiveness of real-time marketing and its role in online casino promotion.
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Paul Jackson explains how – by prioritising security – expansion into the New World can prove to be a monumental opportunity.
Mikael Hansson, Founder & CEO, introduces us to reactivation specialist, Enteractive.
The man from the scary photograph is back to haunt your dreams. Run. And. Hide.
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Games. Lots of games. And then some more. Games. 74 PROFILE
Soft2Bet’s CEO, Boris Chaikin, reveals all!
Wow. Christmas already! 2019 was quite a year for the publication that stands before you. We started the year as ‘just’ the section of Casino International that dealt with the online world, then became larger, adopted the title CIO, and then – more recently – became Gaming International Online (or GIO as the kids on the street like to call us). Apart from a few tweaks to the logo, we also tidied up our looks (massive thanks to designer Richard on that!) and dedicated more pages than before the world of iGaming.
I for one would like to extend my thanks to the various PR agencies and in-house marketing guys for their support this year; it’s been a transformative one for GIO and – of course – the industry.
I wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. Here’s to more excitement in 2020!
Matt Broughton, Editor
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