The gaming data analytics and insights provider, Gaming Dynamics, announced it reached a milestone achievement in the regulated gambling market in Australia with Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI), a leading software developer. The announcement came Tuesday and sees Quick Custom Intelligence’s slot floor optimization platform offer tools for more than 2,500 games in different locations around New South Wales.
QCI Continues Global Expansion
According to a statement released by QCI, by now, the innovative slot floor optimization platform is available at more than 29 clubs and pubs, providing tools for more than 2,500 games. The recent achievement bolsters QCI’s platform presence which also operates in other key markets such as North America. Currently, more than 85 casino resorts in North America have already installed the ground-breaking software that offers a plethora of customizations. What’s more, QCI’s global presence amounts to more than 4,000 locations worldwide.
Overall, QCI’s products worldwide provide gaming operators with tools and help manage more than $20 billion in gross gaming revenue annually. The company’s tools are built on its platform and offer best-in-class, land-based, hybrid or cloud-based technology. This allows the operators that leverage those tools to make informed decisions and coordinate their activities between different venues.
Gaming Dynamics’ Partnership with QCI Brings Success
Andrew Cardno, QCI’s CTO, commented that the company is thrilled to see the growth it achieved in Australia after joining forces with Gaming Dynamics. He outlined that the collaboration helped bring the innovative platform to pubs and clubs within the regulated market in New South Wales. In conclusion, Cardno said properties of different sizes utilized its platform which reaffirmed the need for a “strong operational tooling.”
“We are thrilled with the growth we have experienced by partnering with Gaming Dynamics in bringing together a multi-tenant cloud offering for the clubs and pubs market in New South Wales.”Andrew Cardno, CTO at QCI
Tony Toohey, Gaming Dynamics’ Director, acknowledged that QCI can deliver the needed data in a suitable format while following a strict timeline. He deemed the aforementioned data critical for the business and the performance of the solution at the land-based venues.
“Because of the QCI tool, we have broadened our offering in the distributed gaming market in Australia to over 29 clubs and pubs.“Tony Toohey, director of Gaming Dynamics
Last but not least, Toohey pointed out that thanks to its collaboration with QCI, Gaming Dynamics expanded its offering to more than 29 pubs and clubs in Australia.