The second day of the Asia Gaming Summit Taiwan largely focused on the next steps the gaming industry might want to start considering, particularly where it concerns technology and betting products offered. Attendees at the Asia Gaming Summit were eager to see how they can incorporate these ideas into their own plans. The day began with a presentation from Eduard Castell of Integrity and Security Department representative from La Liga, who spoke about “Embracing wagering through responsible gambling and integrity.”
He spoke about how the league has taken steps to discourage match fixing from every angle imaginable. To lessen the importance of the financial incentive of match fixing, La Liga changed has forced teams to pay as much as they earn. As players are earning more, corruption becomes less likely. Teams also now earn from TV revenues based on their standings, so teams play harder until the end of the season. Using Software La Liga, the league also monitors betting trends to catch match fixing as it happens.
If they suspect something is amiss, they involve local authorities to investigate, and inform gambling operators so they can consider how this might have affected their books. The conversation then turned to emerging technology, and Raymond Chan, Founder of Alphamirai inc, talked about how operators and Casinos can use new tech like Big Data, AI, IOT, Blockchain to attract and retain more players. AlphaSlot believes that using these technologies, operators can increase time on device and provide systems of rewards for players using blockchain gateways. With new digital assets that follow the player home on their mobile device, casinos can keep in touch with them. He opted not to speak too much on the topic of cryptocurrencies, specifically citing recent news out of China which has made it difficult to predict where the market will go […]
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