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XCaliber announces Responsive Framework launch

Zoltan Tundik

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Groundbreaking solution harnesses intelligent data for a seamless customer experience

Malta, 2nd February 2018: XCaliber, the B2B gaming technology business area of Cherry AB, has unveiled its new Responsive Framework (code name XCAF), a solution that enhances an omni-channel experience for both operator and end-user with a seamless one-page structure and streamlined data services.

Powered by a modern front-end framework in Angular, and a fully optimised API using GraphQL, the XCAF Responsive Framework allows operators to run custom campaigns across all casino channels tailored to individual customers.

The new technology is highly efficient, using a single lobby with intelligent data to deliver games matched to a customer’s device and preferences, and it enables operators to continuously deliver high quality products from inception to market in less time.

The solution has been rolled out with Eurolotto, and will continue to be integrated with XCaliber’s current and future partners.

Dario Arruda, CEO of XCaliber, said: “Promoting a seamless customer journey based on intelligent use of data should be at the heart of every operator’s approach, and with the launch of our new Responsive Framework we are delivering a pioneering solution that more than meets this challenge.

“We have grown to become one of the industry’s leading suppliers of optimised technical solutions, and we look forward to rolling this product out with more of our partners in the coming weeks.”

XCaliber has established itself as a premium supplier of technology solutions, signing a landmark deal with daily fantasy sports platform FSport in April 2017 and winning two titles at Malta’s Best in Business Awards.

 

For more information on this release or to arrange an interview please contact Tom Lewis at Square in the Air on 020 3586 8257 or tom.lewis@squareintheair.com

About XCaliber

XCaliber is one of Cherry Group’s most recently launched business areas. XCaliber is a B2B technology company which offers innovative products and services to partners, gaming operators and beyond. Customers get access to the market-leading gaming platform along with many innovative tools, performance tracking tool Omarsys and payments platform. The company has its headquarters in Malta and an additional office in Poland.

After starting out as an affiliate in 2009 and developing some recognized review portals, I have moved deeper into journalism and media. My experience has lead me to move into the B2B sector and write about compliance updates and report around the happenings of the online and land based gaming sector.

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MultiLotto, partners with ConversionBet to create a new digital acquisition channel

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MultiLotto, partners with ConversionBet to create a new digital acquisition channel
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Leading online European gaming site strategically partners with iGaming remarketing leader to uncover and accelerate new revenue opportunities.

 

ConversionBet, the leader in iGaming behavioural marketing software and analytics, today announced its partnership with MultiLotto, a leading European Lotto & Casino site part of Multi Group PLC.

“Marketing is around growing the business – and in the last 5 years, acquisition channels have barely evolved within iGaming. The only way that marketers in this industry will succeed is to create non-disruptive digital experiences and the key to that is truly identifying a brand’s consumers and providing the most relevant digital experience based on their behaviours,” said Dan Morrison, Founder and CEO at ConversionBet “Alex and his team at MultiLotto represent a highly prescient vision that serves as a model for other digital marketers globally to follow.”

ConversionBet’s full suite of behavioural remarketing solutions will help accelerate Multilotto’s monetization capabilities. By leveraging ConversionBet’s cross-device identification platform, MutiLotto expects to see significant impact to its acquisition KPIs and to drive new players into its business at reduced CPAs.

Putting a heavier focus on the importance of pre-registration relationships is key when attempting to increase conversion rates and frequency of FTDs. The team at ConversionBet believe that the key to success is treating each session as an individual person, rather than collective traffic as a whole, gently disrupting negative processes to increase engagement and effectively encourage users towards conversion. Since their inception, ConversionBet have adopted a customer-centric approach, constantly developing and improving the platform to supersede anything else on the market where client needs and system capabilities are concerned.

Alex Sakota, Chief Revenue Officer at MultiLotto said, “ConversionBet looks at customer acquisition and conversion in an entirely unexplored part of the customer funnel, a part that is before our CRM team. We’re always looking for creative new strategies that surface new audiences and drive revenue. We look forward to seeing Conversionbet enhance the effectiveness of our marketing efforts across all consumer touch points; and driving continuity of experiences across devices, sessions and channels through real-time website adaptivity, email & SMS.”

Alex goes on to say, “With ConversionBet, we will have the power to seamlessly reach untapped revenue that no other partner has been able to provide before, in a way that is completely complementary with our other revenue strategies.”

ConversionBet helps hundreds of iGaming operators create true people-based digital experiences for their players.

 

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LeoVegas wins “Brand of the Year” at prestigious EGR M&I Awards

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Last week, the prestigious EGR M&I Awards were held in London, and LeoVegas won the award for “Brand of the Year” in strong competition with the all of industry’s operators. The prize is awarded to LeoVegas for being the “most innovative and creative operator in the online gaming industry, recognizing that LeoVegas have pushed themselves to bring something new to the industry while keeping focus on their core value of delivering mobile entertainment”.

LeoVegas also won the awards “Affiliate Marketing Campaign of the Year” and “Innovation in Mobile & Tablet“.

Louise Nylén, CMO of LeoVegas, comments: “We are proud of and happy about all three awards, but “Brand of the Year” really stands out, as it shows our will and drive to work with innovation and development of our brand. This award is the result of dedicated work from a very strong team.”

Gustaf Hagman, LeoVegas Group CEO, comments: “Winning ‘Brand of the Year’ is proof that we are constantly working towards our vision – “Leading the Way into the Mobile Future” and solidifies LeoVegas as a serious company that is here to stay. I am very proud of this award. It gives us further drive to continue to evolve and improve our brand.”

 

For further information, please contact:

Gustaf Hagman, Group CEO and co-founder: +46 (0) 8 410 367 66, gustaf.hagman@leovegas.com

Philip Doftvik, Head of Investor Relations: +46 73 512 07 20, philip.doftvik@leovegas.com

About the LeoVegas mobile gaming group

LeoVegas’ passion is “Leading the way into the mobile future”. LeoVegas is Sweden’s premier GameTech company and is at the forefront of using state-of-the-art technology for mobile gaming. In 2017 the company passed the threshold for being classified as a unicorn, i.e., a start-up valued at more than USD 1 billion. A large part of this success can be credited to an extreme product and technology focus coupled with effective and data-driven marketing. Technology development is conducted in Sweden, while operations are based in Malta. LeoVegas offers casino, live casino and sports betting, and operates two global and scalable brands – LeoVegas and Royal Panda – as well as a local, multibrand operator collectively referred to as Rocket X. The company’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more about LeoVegas, visit www.leovegasgroup.com.

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Games developers should pay closer attention to localisation to claim a bigger slice of $116 billion global market

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Games developers should pay closer attention to localisation to claim a bigger slice of $116 billion global market
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Games developers looking to optimise their chances of success in a global market that is now worth almost $116 billion need to pay closer attention to localisation if they want their game or app to reach the widest possible audience.

International translation agency Asian Absolute says that as the size of the global consumer gaming market continues to increase, failure to localise effectively risks being cut off from a huge potential audience for your product. The company points out that only 27% of the consumer game market is English-speaking, with some of the largest other segments being speakers of Japanese, Korean, Russian, Mandarin and Cantonese – the Chinese online and mobile game market is valued at over £22 billion.

To achieve the greatest commercial success and get the largest possible revenues and downloads, game developers need to reach a genuinely global audience,” explains Asian Absolute Managing Director, Julie Guigere.

This means speaking their language but that’s more than just having the words on screen translated correctly. You need to also consider the cultural context in which the game was created. This means recognising that that, if you’re in the UK, your points of reference will not be the same as a gamer in China. If you’re in Japan, a user in the US will not necessarily find your user interface easy to navigate.

Miss Giguere adds that if you compare the costs of developing a game with the cost of localising it for other markets versus the potential increase in market reach, it makes sound commercial sense to localise. This is all the more apparent if you consider that 50% of the countries in the Top 10 for downloads and revenue in the Apple Store are non-English speaking, and 80% of the countries in the Top 5 for downloads and revenue in the Google Play Store are non-English speaking.

It’s not as simple as saying you now have a “Spanish” version of your game or your app,” she continues. “The Spanish spoken in Mexico, Argentina or Spain will all differ and a gamers in Hispanic America may be put off by cultural references which only make sense to an audience in Spain.

Developers who make their games completely accessible to users in multiple territories not only gain commercially but also through brand appreciation.

The increasing global connectivity of gamers as a whole adds up to considerable profit potential. But it also adds up to a large number of potential users being exposed to your product and then becoming upset if it is not possible for them to enjoy the game comfortably. You only have to look at any review site to see the number of comments demanding localisation in the user’s preferred language. These days, game localisation is viewed increasingly as a gamer’s right rather than a privilege.

Founded in 2000, Asian Absolute is an international translation agency with offices in London, Beijing, Chiayi, Melbourne, New York, Panama, Bangkok and Varna. It provides translation, localisation, interpretation and marketing services required for success in global markets by enabling businesses and other organisations to communicate confidently and effectively in any given language.

 

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