How do you get people to pay for playing games? How to get them to pay up for each and every time they play? And still have fun. Well, let them make a bet.
The first on-line lotteries opened in 1996 and since then the lottery and i-gaming industries have moved into more entertaining games. While traditional lottery games appeal to the older crowd, the younger generation that grew up on-line, are playing more entertaining games, like Poker, Blackjack, and Bingo, sports betting games like live betting, multiplayer games like Yatzy and Ludo.
Super Smart Phones<br />There is no mobile web – it’s only web<br />Generative Platform<br />Software<br />
Super Smart Phones<br />3.8 billion connections<br />5% are smart phones<br />
iPhone<br />Slide from May 2009<br />1 billion Apps downloaded from the AppStore<br />iPhone now available in 81 countries<br />iPhone has sold 21 million units globally<br />16 million iPod Touches globally<br />
E-Books<br />Digital book sales wentfrom $20 million in 2004to $113 million in 2008<br />“We’re at a tipping point right now,”<br />- Janet Murray, director of Digital Media at Georgia Institute of Technology<br />
I’ll handle your bet for a minor fee. Here is your bet-ticket.<br />I’m pretty sure Man. U. beats Arsenal<br />No way!<br />I’ll bet you they don’t.<br />Wohoo...<br />I told you so.<br />Arsenal WINS!<br />Bet’s R’Us<br />