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Las Vegas, NV, United States, 2009/11/12 - Server Based Gaming to Set the Scene at G2E 2009 says BetStone Las Vegas Convention to discuss technology to fight recession Casino Operators will see Server Based Gaming as a key tool to meet demand and reduce costs.
Server Based Gaming to Set the Scene at G2E 2009
- Las Vegas Convention to discuss technology to fight recession;
- Casino Operators will see Server Based Gaming as a key tool to meet demand and reduce costs.
Attendees at this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) will see Server Based Gaming as a key trend for 2009 and 2010. According to BetStone, the pioneer in Server Based Gaming (SBG), Casino Managers will increase adoption of this technology to streamline their operations to respond and address the challenges for the current environment.
At G2E, Delegates will be looking for new cost effective strategies and methods to address both increased competition and the current challenging economic climate. In particular, they will want to see what practical technology solutions exist that can be easily implemented to deliver immediate results.
One of those pressures will be to deliver new games to meet player demand with a minimum of disruption, whilst delivering vital player trend information with which they can make important decisions on.
“Server Based Gaming will be a big talking point,” says Avron Goss, Director at BetStone. “Because it is a proven technology with the ability to deliver both on games and benefits, delegates will see it as something that they can implement and manage for themselves to deliver high demand games and tangible business benefits.”
Server Based Gaming
Casinos in the US are well established and have years of experience in the Gaming Market. For many years Las Vegas has captured the imagination of players and markets alike.
However, global markets, for example South America and Italy, have now sought to extend lessons learned in Las Vegas by adapting new technology to gain a competitive advantage. One technology in particular has seen greater uptake – Server Based Gaming.
“G2E will see a lot of delegates from other markets, with an understanding of server based technologies,” said Marzia Turrini, Head of Business Development in Latin America for BetStone. “They have seen the ability of Server Based Gaming to adapt quickly to players demands with the latest games and will now be interested in seeing how this solution can extend to drive revenues further.”
BetStone gaming machines provides the operator access to extensive game libraries and casino management tools as well as connecting to legacy systems via SAS. Betstone has years of experience in helping operators globally understand the ease of setting up and maximising this infrastructure’s potential in the gaming market. Setting up BetStone’s Server Based Gaming platform is as simple as installing an office email system. Once installed, casino operators can access BetStone’s Server Based Gaming library globally, with over 90 games on its current platform ranging from Class III and Class II games, Video Poker, Bingo and Table Games, as well as regional specific content.
For further information about BetStone, please contact:
Eileen Stephens, Marketing Manager
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BetStone (betstone.com) has led the way in delivering Server Based Gaming globally and is committed to creating exceptional value for its clients through constant innovation in technology, high quality gaming content and casino management systems. With significant commitment to R&D and a unique 'partnership' approach to working with operators and distributors; BetStone offers a compelling product in the industry. The company's front and back-end software supports multi gaming, multi language games - all uniquely branded.