Comtrade Gaming, the technology provider to both online and land-based gaming sectors, will be exhibiting at ICE London 2020. This year they will showcase their continued innovation throughout their products and solutions that have been enhanced during a productive and successful 2019.
“Whether we review financial, organizational or technological improvements, 2019 proved to be a year in which we exceeded forecasts and outperformed expectations,” explained Aleš Gornjec, General Manager of Comtrade Gaming. “Our continued growth is largely due to our ethos and foundation as a technology company. With this technology, operators, vendors and regulators can create an environment with the best possible responsible player experience on any given channel.”
One of the key milestones for Comtrade’s online gaming business was a strategic technology partnership with Mansion88. In September, M88 migrated its complete backend system and player portal on to Comtrade’s Enterprise Gaming Platform – iCore.
iCore’s single-back office approach enables agile player account management (PAM), for high player volumes and a suite of customisation capabilities. Among other iCore feature Comtrade will be showcasing this year, visitors will be able to experience iCore’s data-driven personalisation package responsible for increasing individual player retention and personalised tailored game lobbies, web and mobile app visuals, promotions and multi-channel messaging.
With sCore – Gaming Machine Management System, Comtrade will present new ways of real-time data collection and management of gaming machines that support GSA’s G2S protocol under one central server. One of the key improvements of Comtrade`s G2S 3.1 implementation lies in utilising new transport to reduce the consumed networking bandwidth by up to 50 per cent, reducing networking infrastructure requirements.