This month’s feature story takes a look at networked gaming as it applies to the players. This highly relevant perspective is sometimes not our first consideration as we wind down ….
Archive for October 2009
Laid back and unassuming, you might never guess Jamie Odell holds the reigns at one of gaming’s most progressive companies, Aristocrat Leisure Limited. Until he starts talking about that company ….
For the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP) tribe, fire has long been a dominant factor. After all, the tribe’s name is traditionally the “keepers of the fire.” Now ….
Think hotdogs, beer and baseball on a Saturday afternoon. Iron, carbon and zinc forged into corrosion-resistant steel. Larry, Moe and Curly. Neapolitan ice cream. The Three Musketeers. If the whole ….
In Parts I and II of this “Who is Due Back?” series, we looked at clustering techniques and how they can be applied to predict when a customer is “due” ….
The American Indian Business Network (AIBN) began as an initiative of the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA). The AIBN was envisioned to promote a “Buy Indian” concept and create consideration ….
In last month’s article, I examined the cost and effect of using match play and “first card is an Ace” coupons. This month, I will continue on with promotion chips, ….
Our continued examination of CRM/BI systems steps into the Class II market this month and introduces Video Gaming Technologies Inc. (VGT). As Class II is considerably different from the Class ….
This third and final 2009 installment of CR’s Networked Gaming Guide addresses one of the most important issues to consider before taking the plunge into server-based gaming: What’s in it ….
Read that title again, because it’s what you’ll be reminded of if you attend G2E this year. There will be hundreds and hundreds of exhibitors displaying new products and technologies ….