hese innovative software applications will be delivered via IGTsb Service Window, IGTsb NextGen and PlayerVision on main EGM screens, player tracking screens, side screens, in hotel rooms, on mobile devices and via digital signage, thus allowing the casino operator to customize and energize the player’s experience at all of the “touch points” within their enterprise.
“Las Vegas Gaming has positioned itself to be the premier provider of software in the gaming resort of today and tomorrow,” said Jon Berkley, president and CEO of Las Vegas Gaming. “Now that we are able to impact the player experience at every conceivable touch point, the significance of innovative software in a networked environment can have a serious impact on the bottom line of the operator by increasing time on device, incrementally expanding wagers, lowering operating costs and driving improved customer satisfaction. By combining the PlayerVision platform with the IGTsb platform, we are able to drive applications right now. The future is here today and running on the latest, as well as the oldest games on the floor.”
Las Vegas Gaming software applications that are being shown at G2E in both LVGI’s and IGT’s booths include: Beverage-on-Demand, Streaming Audio, Streaming Video, VoyeurVision, NumberVision, AdVision, ValetVision, Player Tracking Interface, GuestVision and more.
Beverage-on-Demand allows customers to place a drink order directly from a slot machine. This application alone allows operators to reduce their on-floor service staff by up to 50%, saving millions of dollars per year on the average slot floor, while simultaneously increasing customer satisfaction.
Nevada Numbers is one of the NumberVision applications that will also be shown at G2E. “The ability to offer an incremental, life-changing jackpot game at the EGM is proving very popular with the players and incredibly profitable to the operator,” Berkley stated.
VoyeurVision will enable customers to observe various destinations within a resort, from viewing the excitement at the hotel pool, the poker room, or the line at the buffet -while sitting at the EGM, in their room or via mobile device.
Streaming audio and live TV are additional applications that will keep customers at the machines playing. Players will be able to listen to their favorite genre of music or watch their favorite television show or sporting event without having to leave the slot machine.
In addition to revitalizing the slot floor, PlayerVision applications are now integrated into resort’s hotel rooms. The PlayerVision system will enable universal room controls such as lights and thermostats, room service, view hotel bill, and check out service all readily available on the same display. A customer will also be able to stream audio from hundreds of music stations, watch live television, and order pay-per-view content -providing a complete in-room experience.
All of these applications have also been the driving force behind LVGIʼs theme for G2E, “Ignite the Player Experience.” With “Player Experience” being the present and future focus in gaming, the PlayerVision system and IGTsb platform allow operators to offer an enhanced and unique experience to a customer while also saving money and driving revenue. Las Vegas Gaming applications truly impact the operator’s bottomline, an absolute necessity for operators in today’s economy.
These innovative software solutions can be seen at LVGI’s Booth number 711, immediately adjacent to the entrance of the Global Gaming Expo (G2E).