Philippines-based Jade Entertainment and Gaming Technologies Inc says it has a mutual product-distribution deal with nQube Data Science, a Winnipeg, Canada, based provider of artificial intelligence (AI) systems to optimise management of casino slot floors.
Jade Entertainment says it offers technology and services for gaming operations for land-based and digital operators. Casino markets its serves include the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Macau, Saipan, Australia and New Zealand.
The new distribution agreement “permits Jade and nQube to bring sophisticated AI solutions to these markets,” said a Friday release issued by Jade Entertainment.
These included “AI-optimised” market segmentation of players based on their consumer behaviour; “Covid-19 safety and economic harm mitigation analysis”; and predictive analytics relevant for land-based and online gaming; as well as “other AI technologies under development,” said the announcement.
The release quoted Joe Pisano, chief executive of Jade Entertainment, as saying: “This breakthrough distribution agreement will allow both nQube and Jade to expand their respective reach and offerings.”
Jade Entertainment would “broaden” its “own inventory of services to include the cutting-edge AI casino products, while nQube will gain further access to Asian, Australian, and New Zealand operators wishing to increase their revenue and operations via these new technologies,” added Mr Pisano.
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