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ICE – Gaming Rewards showcasing new gamification tools at ICE

By - 24 January 2014

Gaming Rewards will launching its new digital rewards catalogue and social media rewards at ICE 2014.

The company has upgraded its reward and loyalty platform for 2014 to enhance the in-game player experience and keep them engaged with their chosen gaming brand.

During 2014 the company will release several new marketing features. These include a new look and feel for our digital content catalogue as well as some innovative developments to our Social Rewards social media tools. New gamification tools and features will also be showcased during ICE.
Jeremy Coleman, Director of Gaming Rewards said: “We launched the business at ICE in February 2013 with huge success and we have spent much of the year travelling to see clients to discuss and plan their reward and loyalty requirements. It has been a lot of fun and we are glad we managed to see so many people. 2014 will be an even more exciting period. We have recently moved into bigger offices and expanded the team to cope with demand. We are very excited about phase 2 of our reward and loyalty platform technology which includes lots of great new features.”

The Gaming Rewards platform offers an exciting range of instant gratification rewards perfectly suited to the typical gaming customer, including a wide range of music, Apps for mobile devices, software and e-books to download. A fully branded travel site together with virtual Visa cards provide higher value offers for VIP players.

Mr. Coleman continued: “We are also very excited with the new developments we have made to our unique Social Rewards technology. Social Rewards is the next generation of tell a friend marketing and is a truly unique concept that will allow gaming operators to really engage with their players through their social media channels by rewarding them for sharing their marketing messages. This will totally change how gaming operators acquire, retain, reward and communicate with their players.”

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