LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Scientific Games Corporation has unveiled OpenGaming, the end-to-end digital ecosystem for operators looking to provide a new wave of immersive gaming experiences for their players through one seamless integration.
The OpenGaming ecosystem is home to trusted content aggregation technology, a robust player account management platform, 2500+ games from a global network of in-house and third-party game studios and innovation-rich features across jackpots, free-rounds, tournaments and peer-to-peer gaming. Scientific Games’ Open Gaming System (OGS) already offers two-sided network scale and reliability with rich content at one end and world-class operators and players at the other.
OpenPlatform (OPS) rounds out the technology with top-tier player management solutions. OpenGaming looks to the future as one ecosystem with immersive game content that’s powered by dynamically integrated features and imaginative player experiences.
Jordan Levin, Group chief executive of SG Digital, said, “Our vision is to change the way people think about player experiences through interaction-rich platform features seamlessly stitched into ground-breaking games. OpenGaming takes our passion for great games and builds in layers of multi-studio features to drive a new revolution for our industry. It kicks open the door to the future of interactive gaming in our industry.”
Dylan Slaney, SG Digital’s SVP Gaming commented, “When we talk to players, they tell us we’re competing for their time alongside other aggregation platforms in the media, mobile, and console gaming worlds.
With the launch of OpenGaming, which now includes our award-winning OGS content aggregation platform, our OpenPlatform (OPS) player account management system, and our unparalleled library of world-class multi-studio content, our teams and partners have risen to the industry’s challenge and created a breakthrough entertainment ecosystem.”
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