As more and more states legalize sports betting, the online gambling market will continue to boom. Studies show that the global online gambling market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.5% over the next six years, exceeding $127 billion dollars by 2027. Read More
Rymax is excited to share the news that we have been shortlisted for the Global Gaming Awards Las Vegas 2020 in the Customer Loyalty Program of the Year category. Read More
In today’s times, remote working is the new business normal. Staying connected to your employee base is key: boosting morale with online rewards, words of thanks and a continual points-based incentive program is a prime factor in virtual engagement.
On March 14th, we began our three-part blog series highlighting key findings from data collected on player redemption patterns from the 2018 holiday shopping season. With this third and final installment, we are providing a glimpse into key findings surrounding electronics. Read More
Is your player loyalty program out of date? Are points stagnant? Have you seen a decrease in participation lately? Is your current program designed to appeal to just one target market? If you answered yes to any of these questions, your casino’s player loyalty program may need an overhaul. Making the decision to revamp your rewards program is a huge first step, but what comes next? Use the tips in this guide to help you breathe new life into your dusty program.
This week we exhibited in Las Vegas at the National Indian Gaming Convention (NIGA), so we thought we would take this as an opportunity to discuss the casino industry. The increased popularity of online gaming has created an interesting ongoing dialog about the landscape of gaming. Read More
In today’s current economy, employees and most importantly supervisors and executives need to prepare themselves to adapt successfully to a rapidly changing business environment. Globalism, technology, sociopolitical and demographic changes are influencing the way businesses operate in the future. Companies who still follow antiquated and outdated business models without looking at the bigger picture of the ever-growing market or younger generation are bound to fail. Read More