I have to amend my report as i had another casino reach out to me yesterday about a trial so the kindness apparently did not end upon conclusion of the conference.
I have to amend my report as i had another casino reach out to me yesterday about a trial so the kindness apparently did not end upon conclusion of the conference. Consider that along with the vast number of casino execs that were kind at the show and one thing is clear, this industry is a lot more warm and fuzzy than i had thought. I had no clue it was so kind. Oh well, even though it stings a tad to learn that the interest shown in the game was actually unbeknownst to me lacking authenticity, the amount of kindness I experienced gives me a more positive outlook on life in general. Lol
Well, I guess I have to admit now that you have figured it out, this isn't easy business and we were all just saying things to you that are not true.
Table games people love new games with no track history.
Getting people to talk to you guarantees installs.
Once you get an install, most likely for free or close to it, you're set. They can't uninstall it and other casinos must then follow suit. And the licensing fees in each State and Tribe don't count when figuring if you are making money.
Pick 'Em Blackjack, Aces Poker Face and Switch Hands, the top 3 games at the 2014 conference are all multi-millionaires.
Texas Switch, Half Back Blackjack and Super Sweep Poker, the top 3 in 2015 owners are all retired to tropical islands.
Gamblit Poker, Down Under Blackjack and 3 Card Draw Poker, the top 3 for 2016 are on fire with people crashing down their doors.
Congrats on conquering the industry.