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What are the major mistakes game developers make as they search for ways to monetize their games? What can be done to stem the drain of potential revenue and turn under-performing titles into experiences that engage players and turn them into payers?
London, UK, 8th August 2013 – Cashplay.co, the platform for integration of cash tournaments in mobile and online games, is hosting an event for the Israeli game development community to discuss the various methods of mobile game monetization and increasing user engagement.
Recent research has found that gamers are more likely to call themselves gamblers than non-gamers. So, are gamers naturally more leant towards risk taking or are they just competitive? If the majority of gamers enjoy competing when there is cash at stake, perhaps the idea of integrated P2P betting in games would augment their gaming experience.
The psychologies between gaming and gambling certainly have crossover. Although, as Peter Gray in this Psychology Today article tells us, the idea that people can get hooked on video games in a similar way to gambling is misleading.
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