ldquo;Skill-based gaming is an interesting concept that is getting traction in a number of markets. It is a reaction to the emergence of games that are different to traditional games,’’ Crown chief financial officer Ken Barton saidin report quoted by The Australian website.
“We have got prototypes developed, and at gaming shows that are coming up over the next few months, we should have some demonstrations that we will be able to show.’’
Crown's digital business was the standout performer in an otherwise soft annual profit result.
Crown shares closed 4.3 per cent lower yesterday, adding to Friday’s 3 per cent fall in the wake of the weaker than expected result, which was weighed down by a near halving of revenues in the high roller business following the arrest of Crown staff in China last October.