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Gaming Kiosk and Player Loyalty Kiosk – How kiosks are revolutionizing gaming

Originally published on GGB March 22, 2019.  By Dave Bontempo Excerpt: Touch screen, touch points. Kiosks sport increased influence in the gaming world. From hotel check-ins to food ordering, cash dispensing and now sports betting, these unofficial goodwill ambassadors flaunt new stature. Perhaps no other device mingles with so many revenue areas. Kiosks also have an envied parallel use… Read More »

GLI Industry Advisory – Standards for Gaming Kiosks Public Comment

“GLI-20 – Standards for Kiosks” Release for Industry Comment April 3, 2019 – Gaming Laboratories International, LLC (GLI), is pleased to announce the release of the draft of “GLI-20 v2.0, Standards for Kiosks” for industry-wide comment. GLI-20 v2.0 reflects a revision to the core kiosk standard to incorporate technical requirements reflective of the latest trends in kiosk technology, to… Read More »

GLI Industry Advisory – Wagering Systems & Gaming Kiosk

“GLI-33 – Standards for Event Wagering Systems” Release for Industry Comment April 3, 2019 – Gaming Laboratories International, LLC (GLI), is pleased to announce the release of the draft of “GLI-33 v1.1, Standards for Event Wagering Systems” for industry-wide comment. GLI-33 v1.1 reflects a revision to the core event wagering standard to provide better clarity between technical requirements,… Read More »

PSA – GLI Betting Kiosks GL33 Public Comment – Event Wagering Systems

PSA — Gaming Laboratories International has released GL33 on Wagering and Betting Kiosks for comments. Contact craig to comment. GLI STANDARD SERIES GLI-33: STANDARDS FOR EVENT WAGERING SYSTEMS VERSION : 1.1 PUBLIC COMMENT DRAFT REVISION DATE : APRIL 3, 2019 About This Standard This technical standard has been produced by Gaming Laboratories International, LLC (GLI) for the purpose… Read More »

GLI STANDARD – GLI Gaming Kiosk

GLI’s business is to test, review and report on gaming devices and systems against the standards established by relevant gaming jurisdictions worldwide.

Source: www.gaminglabs.com

Background information on Gaming Labs certification for gaming regulations.

 

GLI Standards

GLI’s business is to test, review and report on gaming devices and systems against the standards established by relevant gaming jurisdictions worldwide. Each jurisdiction has the authority to set their own standards; however, many use our standards as a starting point in developing their regulations.

In other words, GLI has established the base standards for gaming devices and systems around the world. We are the experts in the industry. *Non-English versions of the most current versions of any/all recently-updated standards will be posted to this website as soon as practical.

Dave & Buster Gaming Kioskfor Player Loyalty

Gaming Kiosk Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. has a new interactive kiosk program within the family entertainment gaming industry. Dave & Buster’s is building on their ability to offer “ticket-less” rewards points directly to the gamer’s card by re-designing their loyalty kiosks. Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. designed and produced both the Loyalty Reward Kiosk and POWER CARD®… Read More »

Casino Kiosks Prove to be a Sure Bet

Casino Kiosks for Loyalty and Ticketing Casino operators are gambling that new kiosk functions will help them provide top-notch customer service to help them cater to existing customers and win new ones. 2021 Update By Editor — Casino kiosks historically are player point kiosks and player loyalty kiosks but more recently sports betting kiosks.  The G2E trade show… Read More »

Gaming Kiosk – Kiosk Industry Examines Gaming and Self-Service Kiosk Market – Press Release Rocket

Kiosk Industry Group announces an extended feature article on gaming market and how kiosk manufacturers are serving this market.

Source: www.pressreleaserocket.net

On the casino floor loyalty cards provide a flood of analytics for casino operators, allowing them to track the playing habits of individual patrons and reward them accordingly, as well as letting them see which games were the most popular and kept patrons playing the longest.