Raving On Air: Marcus Yoder, GAN and Jason Lim, Ainsworth @ G2E

As the Tribal Gaming & Hospitality Magazine and Raving teams returned from the first G2E show since 2019, what struck me is how creating partnerships with culturally and strategically aligned companies benefits our guests twofold: by delivering and developing more of the right products to the market as well as more quickly. And in today’s business climate and our industry that has been so highly impacted by the pandemic, it is critical that businesses foster the right relationships to not only stay solvent but to excel.

Interview with GAN and Ainsworth

For example, Raving CEO Deana Scott interviewed Marcus Yoder, GAN Senior Vice President of Sales and Jason Lim, Ainsworth General Manager – Online, about their five year agreement. To paraphrase Yoder, he said, “ GAN is really good at putting in place a platform and executing against that and Ainsworth is fantastic at creating great games,” and through their partnership, they will be able to get games out faster, free up resources and create content that online and land-based players want. Find out more by watching the interview here.

Relationship Building at Its Best   

We are also no strangers to great partnerships and this year we were joined by two other Native-owned companies Red Circle Agency and Slotco (a Mille Lacs Corporate Venture Company) in creating the Native Networking Party. We’ve always understood that some of the best conversations and relationship building start off the tradeshow floor. Special thanks to Imagine This and SCCG Management for their support as well! Look here for pictures of the party and of the show. Make sure you are a registered subscriber of TG&H to receive exclusive invites to all of our special events.

Thank you to everyone that stopped by the TG&H and Raving booth and if you were not able to attend this year and want to know how we are helping both suppliers and operators move the bar, please drop us a line at [email protected] or give us a call at 775-329-7864.