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How technology has impacted the casino and gaming industry

How technology has impacted the casino and gaming industry

by Will Corry on November 24, 2016

Technology is an ever-growing aspect of our lives, and truly we live in something of a golden age of technological advancement. Today, over two billion people walk around with a device in their pockets that can access practically all of human knowledge.

Smartphones aside, day-to-day living has been massively improved by technology of all kinds. Food preservation, transport, energy and much more all combine to make our lives easier even without recreational activities considered. [more…]

The coolest comic book art you won’t see in comics

by Will Corry on October 23, 2016

We search and gather up the coolest comic book art you won't see in actual comics. The reason you won't is because professional artists often draw sketches for fun or commissions and post them on their websites, blogs, and Tumblrs. Some artists even arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out.

This is a way to see the artists working on one book draw characters from other comics or publishers. Kevin Wada posted some recent commissions on his Tumblr.


Tetley Tea case study: Playing the interactive video game

by James on August 31, 2016

Playing the interactive video game

How an interactive video unit with Innovid surpassed industry benchmark engagement levels

Times are changing. Gone are the days where only one form of media can be used within a campaign, and static video adverts are a thing of the past. With so many mediums and brands to compete with, getting heard above the noise can be tricky; add in a new brand campaign and things get twice as hard. [more…]

Events : Getting buzzed about @InfoCommShow / Giant iTab

by Will Corry on June 8, 2016


What is next for social gaming on the iPhone?

by Will Corry on April 12, 2016

In many ways, Apple has maintained an unusual place in the gaming industry. While it has led the way as technological giant in almost all aspects of the smartphone and desktop markets, it has historically failed to conquer the gaming sector.

Most of the hottest PC games have failed to sell anywhere near as well on the Mac, for example, while it was not until the release of the iOS 7 that Apple unveiled a mobile graphics engine worthy of the name. [more…]

Unibet rebrands and launches

by Assistant Editor on February 17, 2016

Unibet has unveiled a new brand identity and re-positioning for its Maria Casino platform in a bid to disrupt the online casino market through an innovative customer experience offer.

The site, previously targeted predominantly at females, has undergone a major re-invention to position it as the leader for advanced, thrill seeking male casino players, following an organic shift in its customer base.


Exclusive : How you can transform any touchscreen into a Giant Smartphone … Mark Jones at Giant iTab

by Will Corry on January 30, 2016

Big news from Mark Jones at Giant iTab . He writes ...we are launching our new 'iTab' core, an android Pc which transforms any Touchscreen into a Giant Smartphone (Giant iTab).

This can now be supplied as a 'Plug and Play' solution for resellers and end-users to purchase and sell this 'out of the box' solution which will be sold through channel distribution and reseller partners. This is the first time Touch2view or Giant iTab have been able to create a channel product due to the complexity of their previous Giant iTab solution. [more…]

Has the one armed bandit lost his pulling power?

by Will Corry on January 22, 2016

The slot machine has been around for over 120 years now. They’ve developed numerous nicknames. Become a staple in bars, pubs, and of course casino floors.

Las Vegas is awash with around 200,000 of the things, the sound of jingling and coins dropping echoing through the likes of the MGM Grand and Bellagio. But are those jingles becoming more and more laboured? Is the one-armed bandit losing his pulling power?


Hometown London has launched a new global TV campaign for 888poker

Hometown London has launched a new global TV campaign for 888poker

by James on January 12, 2016

Hometown London has launched a new global TV campaign for 888poker geared toward attracting recreational poker players to the brand. Casual players love playing for the thrill and fun of the game, rather than just for the win. Using this insight, Hometown developed a campaign which reflects this desire to play.

Entitled “Live the Game,” the campaign is launching with TV spots in the UK, with plans to target other markets in due course. Three different adverts have been filmed, each featuring players engaged in a fun battle of one-upmanship. [more…]

Gamification : The race between console and mobile games in 2015 and beyond

by Will Corry on January 11, 2016

"George Osborn of Mobile Mavericks says that, upon reading stats and reports, ‘it’s clear that most players are not in one camp or the other; they’re in both.’ He adds that, ‘big spenders on mobile games also spend significantly within the rest of the gaming space.

Free marketers, who share game content but don’t pay for it, aren’t casual gamers; they’re an audience who respect and play core games.’With big players like Nintendo now on board the mobile cash machine, it will only be a matter of time before mobile sales truly dwarf the once king of the arena that was the console platform".