Interview with Doug Dyer: Insights on the iGaming Industry in 2020

#Mobile Apps Development
#Software Development
#Gaming & Entertainment
March 19, 2020 1 min read

ironSource, an advertising technology company, calculated that among 792K publishers on both Apple’s Store and Google Play, there are 108K of game publishers. iGaming products are only a part of them, but quite a substantial one.

New and unique gambling products are demanded worldwide. One of the most interesting markets, which has been opened up recently, is the US one because there’s advantageous legislation. iGaming software developers can gain new opportunities in every region, if they are ready to collaborate with the clients deeply, propose product design on their time and budget without quality reduction.

Slots game development, virtual reality casinos, sports betting, iLotteries are developed by the Innovecs teams. And, here our VP of Gaming and Entertainment, Doug Dyer, is sharing his vision of iGaming 2020 trends, market challenges, and Innovecs strengths in the field.

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