In this episode of Hashing It Out, Transmira founder Robert Rice talks on how Omniscape, a platform that uses “XR” to enable ground-breaking marketing capabilities, can benefit the gaming industry.
The Australian State of New South Wales will pilot a cashless payment program for gamers in the state. This will enable players to use digital wallets to make payments during a trial period at the end of 2021.
Blockchain is set to have a revolutionary impact on the iGaming sector, not least on account of remote gaming servers and the way they help deliver a better experience, for operators and their customers.
On this episode of Hashing it Out, we hear from Adam Kling, CEO and Founder of FYX Gaming and David Case, CTO and Chief Architect of FYX Gaming.
Peergame recently announced the debut of Peergame Points (PGP), a system of cashback, prizes, gifts and giveaways that rewards players for every bet they make, regardless of the outcome of the wager.
Lee-Ann Johnstone caught up with Calvin Ayre and Becky Liggero for the Affiliate Marketing Podcast, discussing the role of blockchain technology in the iGaming sector.
Episode five of “Hashing it Out” features DotWallet Founder Lin Zheming and BitBoss CTO Alex Shore, two professionals who have partnered up to grow iGaming offerings within the BSV ecosystem.
BSV blockchain technology is redefining who can serve as a marketing partner, while making it easier for companies to connect with influencers in a way that promises to dramatically overhaul this space.
According to those in the know, blockchain’s best bet for adoption by casino and iGaming operators is by improving responsible gambling protections and enhancing regulatory compliance.
Nick Hill has been a part of the iGaming industry for nearly 20 years, holding C-level positions with various iGaming software providers and eventually transitioning to Asia-facing consultancy services.
The report warns of digital currency’s capacity to evade scrutiny by gambling regulators and financial watchdogs, thereby “facilitating avoidance” of AML and KYC procedures.