Pilot Games has emerged as a leader in the use of commercial tablets for gaming in legalized states across North America, having grown to operate at over 1,400 sites with 7,000 tablets generating annual sales of over $2bn.
Founded in 2014 when it first launched electronically linked bingo games for 63 sites, it recently teamed up with the Minnesota Vikings NFL team to create the likes of Vikings Victory – available in over 1,200 bars across the state – and Vikings Bingo, as well as live hosted events like GameDay Bingo.
The company’s game content runs off a multi-platform, cloud based central server system, Pilot Games Control Tower Management System (CTMS), which enables it to deliver content for various device types based on regulatory and business requirements, with internal operations and reporting streamlined in one secure web-based location.
Pilot Games, the largest tablet-based gaming operator in the North American charitable gambling market, also offers a proprietary tournament system that is complemented with live, hosted Pilot TV and a Pilot Gambling League (PGL).
The firm will be hosting its annual e-gaming conference PiCON on November 12 2020. Each PiCON event offers great opportunities for everyone to network and learn more about Pilot Games, new innovative products coming to the market in the next year to help boost revenues and raise money in support of charity and communities.
To register for a free conference pass, go to http://www.pilotgames.com/picon/