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Splashdot Presentation La Fleur's iLottery 101 eConference
Scott McWilliam | Splashdot Presentation La Fleur's iLottery 101 eConference June 19, 2020
Veikkaus is reducing the amount of decentralized slot machines in its retail network by 40%. At the end of 2019, it announced it was going to reduce the amount of slot machines by 3,500. That figure has more than doubled, decreasing the amount of slot machines by 8,000. The effort to reduce is motivated by [...]
Oregon Lottery wants to add virtual sports to their menu of available options to bet on. Virtual Sports are computer simulated sporting events with no human input at all. (This differs from "eSports" which are computer games that human plays against each other). While the coronavirus has shut down sporting events at least until later [...]
Starting June 1st, Virginia Lottery customer service centers in Abingdon, Farmville, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Henrico, Roanoke and Woodbridge will once again be open for business. Lottery customers can claim prizes of any size in person at those locations.
By Tom Stanek, President RXA The Lottery industry is continuously searching for new solutions to better understand lottery players and consumers. Traditional research is becoming less reliant, less timely, and less effective. Insert AI and machine learning. Consumers voice their opinion on products and brands through many mediums, making it impossible and cost prohibitive for [...]
The Oklahoma Lottery has been one of the fastest growing lotteries in the United States. It has expanded its product pool, increased its price points, expanded its retailer base and even introduced new payment options for players. Now, the lottery may be able to start selling "iLottery" in the near future. But it's not the [...]
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) began accepting applications for online gaming licenses last week. Richard Kalm, executive director for the MGCB, said all forms of internet gaming could be up and running in less than 12 months. Regulators are finalizing the laws for the new industry. Licenses will cost $50,000 for the application fee, [...]