Casino games provider Swintt is striving to deliver increased and quicker growth across operators target markets, via the introduction of its new gamification suite.

Billed an “the ultimate in-game promotional product,” the new entrant to the igaming market is to introduce SwinttGamify at next week’s CasinoBeats Summit. The firm is to also host a €10,000 prize tournament to demonstrate some of the capabilities of the product.

The widget-based gamification suite equips titles from the Swintt portfolio complete with engagement tools such as tournaments, achievements and cross-game missions, with the intention of providing a significant boost to player engagement and retention.

Furthermore, SwinttGamify also offers operators heightened CRM opportunities through in-game messaging and notifications from in-game challenges.

David Flynn, CEO of Swintt, said of the benefits of the new introduction: “As the igaming market becomes more challenging for our clients, Swintt have focused on content, products and services that will help them grow faster in their target markets. 

“SwinttGamify does this by assisting operators to deliver a more entertaining experience for their players. The increased opportunities for CRM alone, will create additional avenues for reactivation and retention with minimal effort, whilst the gamification suite will continuously increase player lifetime value.

“New generations of players need more than traditional bet- and-win games – they need to be truly engaged. Tournaments, achievements and missions all provide new opportunities for engagement, rewarding players with prizes while giving operators something fresh to offer.“

The CasinoBeats Summit returns to London next week and is backed by some of the biggest names in the online gaming industry, including Swintt, located at booth B5, as platinum sponsor.

CasinoBeats will welcome up to 1,000 senior industry executives to Olympia London on September 17-20, offering delegates four conference tracks and unrivalled networking opportunities with as many as 200 operators present.