New Brunswick, Canada-based Apogee Gaming, in partnership with WWS (World Wide Slots), released the unique WWS Technology at the Indian Gaming Tradeshow in Las Vegas last month. The new technology connects the physical casino to the internet, by allowing players to access their favorite games and cabinets remotely, any time, any place, using a smartphone, tablet or PC.
Players can now enjoy their favorite games, offered by their trusted casinos, without having to physically be at the casino when it is not possible for them to do so. The recent pandemic and its lingering effects have clearly shown the niche opportunity for this innovative product, now and in the future based on its convenience.
Casinos can now maximize the floor occupancy at all times, with both on-site and virtual presence. The product was launched almost a year ago in Europe, and multiple casinos are now reaping the benefits of increased traffic and revenue.
The technology allows operators to link in their games and/or provide as an option a camera to clearly show the player’s favorite cabinet and confirm its credibility. Players love the convenience of playing their favorite games at their leisure with their preferred devices.
With WWS, casinos can offer any EGM which has SAS ability with internet remote access to their players. Additionally, this solution can handle live and automatic roulette games.
“WWS Technology changes the gambling experience fundamentally,” says Jean-Louis Drapeau, general manager of Apogee Gaming. “World Wide Slots connects your EGMs to the gambling world. Players can have their favorite games and cabinets remotely.”
WWS is offered as a single solution, giving operators the ability to manage and monitor EGMs in real time. Additionally, electronic payment solutions are ready to install.