AI-based operations by casinos is giving them greater capabilities to meet consumer demand
Last year was an unprecedented year for modern business, with no one prepared to face the mammoth-sized challenge that COVID-19 delivered. However, as detrimental as the global pandemic has been for all industries, some good has come out of the situation. Artificial intelligence (AI) use is on the rise, and the casino industry has been among the first to embrace the technology.
AI gives access to greater amounts of data and data processing capability, which were never possible before. Throughout last year, there was an increase of almost 70% in the number of businesses adopting AI solutions, and the casino industry led the way. Physical and virtual gaming operators have begun to take advantage of the technology to improve internal operations, finance, sales and the final product. In doing so, they are able to offer a greatly-enhanced customer experience that is able to quickly adapt to consumer demands.
Using AI has a number of benefits for casinos. It reduces costs and streamlines processes, and also gives them the ability to mitigate risks better. It also allows smaller operators, those who choose to implement the technology, the ability to better compete against larger, more entrenched operators with deeper pockets. This levels the playing field, which forces greater competitive responses to customers’ requests, leading to even more innovation and advancements.
AI will continue to leave its mark on the casino industry this year, as well as for many more years to come. As the iGaming segment continues to rise in popularity, online casino operators can roll out new services and solutions faster than ever, capitalizing on AI’s superior data analysis capabilities to build more robust gaming platforms. As the segment expands, operators will have to remain on the cutting edge of development, which is only going to possible with the assistance of AI.