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DWS Observations & Pulse Survey

Below are some data pieces we hope will hold some interest for you in this increasingly competitive market. Pulse is a short form survey covering some topics of the day currently being discussed in our industry, while Observations provides game performance across the eastern seaboard and some insight into some key products.

DWS Observations

Every month DWS will also gauge the state of the market and provide you with the latest analysis and observations of newly released games.

February 2018 Game Performance; Which Games Are The RTP ‘Repeat Offenders’? 

January 2018 Game Performance and The Relationship Between High End EGM Players and Food

Past Observations:

December 2017 Game Performance and R.I.P. Mid and High Denomination Games

November 2017 Game Performance and How do Manufacturers Perform with Age?

October 2017 Game Performance and How do Manufacturers Perform with Age?

September 2017 Game Performance and A Story About Volatility

July 2017 NSW Game Performance: everyone is getting in on the act!

July 2017 QLD Game Performance: everyone is getting in on the act!

July 2017 VIC Game Performance: everyone is getting in on the act!

June 2017 Game Performance and What is the Value of an ‘End Bank’ Machine?

May 2017 Game Performance and A Look Back at Recent Game History

April 2017 Game Performance and Lightning Link & Cash – 12 Months on

Q1 Game Performance and How Dragon Link/Cash has affected the dollar market in Queensland

Pulse Survey

In a bid to get information into the market, DWS will is conducting short PULSE surveys of issues of the day to get feedback into the market.

September 2017 – NSW Pulse Survey Results

Q1 Pulse Survey Results 

February 2018 – NSW Pulse Survey Results

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