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The IGSA conversations are just that, conversations between various gaming industry professionals discussing a specific topic. They’re intended to be informative and to generate questions. The programs contain a number of short 10 min YouTube videos follow by a Webinar with invited guest speakers.
Program 1 – How IGSA’s Game to System standard benefits the Industry.
So, what is G2S?
Why would I want G2S in my jurisdiction?
Why would I want G2S in my casino?
How do I implement G2S?
Webinar 1 - How Game to System (G2S) standard benefits the Industry            (Webinar Highlights)

Program 2 – How using IGSA’s standards benefit Regulators
Is land-based gaming fair?
Is it possible to get timelier gaming data reporting?
Can tracking gaming submissions be simplified?
Webinar 2 – IGSA Standards for Regulators. The why and how.

Program 3 – How suppliers benefit from IGSA’s Game to System standard
Why would I implement G2S?
Are there tools to help me implement it?
What is G2S certification?
Webinar 3 – How G2S can boost product sales for suppliers

Program 4 – How IGSA standards make data reporting more efficient
Regulatory reporting across gaming verticals
Regulatory Reporting Interface efficiency gains
RRI and Europe’s Online Gaming Reporting standard
Webinar 4 – How do using RRI or OGR benefit Regulators and save Suppliers money?

Program 5 – How IGSA standards eliminate online content integration headaches
How the third-party Interface eliminates content to platform integration pain
Specific issues addressed by TPI
Webinar 5 – How TPI adoption saves online gaming companies time and money?

Program 6 – Game to System implementation tools and testing
CVT Basic overview & Demo Part 1
CVT Basic overview & Demo Part 2
CVT Suite toolkit & Demo Part 1
CVT Suite toolkit & Demo Part 2
Webinar 6 – How can the CVT help save time and money?

Program 7 – How the past shows us why IGSA standards are important
Understanding gaming technology history, expense and revenue, Part 1
Understanding gaming technology history, expense and revenue, Part 2
Lessons learned from implementing IGSA standards, Part 1
Lessons learned from implementing IGSA standards, Part 2
Webinar 7 – How understanding gaming technology and the use of standards generates revenue

Program 8 – How GSA standards address all aspects of gaming devices
How the Gaming Device Standard enable Operators and Regulators
Webinar 8 – The use of the Gaming Device Standard to enable casino floor efficiencies

Program 9 – How using open off-the-shelf standard solutions benefits operators
Webinar 9 – Case study – Open standards solutions
Sr. Manager Technical Products & Compliance
Sr. Manager Strategy & Marketing
Chief Operating Officer
Director of Systems
Director Technical Compliance
Electronic Gaming Device Manager
Manager of Compliance and Gaming
Lead Software Developer
VP Gaming and Operations

Enhanced governance, compliance and technical standards in the global electronic gaming market drive innovation, control and leadership for all industry participants. In regulated electronic gaming markets, the need to protect culture and citizenry is paramount. This is achieved through the establishment of appropriate technical standards and the strict adherence to them. Regulators govern to ensure compliance with their legislated standards. Compliance with enhanced, open standards underpins the framework for product development and interoperability allowing for far greater innovation, enhancing management control and player experience. Operators benefit from innovation and increased competition among manufacturers competing for market share. However, the development of the regulated electronic gaming market will demand experts who have a far greater understanding of standards; therefore, their role and management expert becomes crucial.

Partnerships
The Macao Polytechnic Institute School (MPI) of Applied Sciences and GSA executed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2007 to exchange information to enable the creation of a technical education program for the local gaming industry. In 2010 this was followed by another Memorandum between MPI, GSA and BMM to enhance the collaborating in support of the original mission.

The collaborative effort, between Macao Polytechnic Institute (MPI), the Gaming Standards Association (GSA) and BMM provides a strong foundation for the development of an educational program specifically designed to supply the expertise necessary to meet the world market needs. The Bachelor of Science in Computing with its specialization in the Gaming Technology is the first such program of its kind. It offers not only the general technology requirements necessary to be successful in a technology filled world, but also a targeted skill that is instantly marketable in the fast paced and growing world gaming market. Because of the innovative two-pronged approach, this educational program will attract the young technology minded students that will drive innovation in the gaming market. The program will benefit regulators, operators and vendors worldwide by providing the fresh new talented professionals necessary to move gaming to the forefront of technology from all aspects. Regulators will be able to acquire the talent necessary to develop the technical standards necessary to ensure the integrity of gaming while allowing for advancement in technology. Operators will gain access to highly trained graduates who can deploy the advanced technology on the casino floor. Vendors will be able to obtain competent developers that already have the understanding of gaming and computer technology necessary to be instantly productive and ready to provide the new applications that will keep gaming exciting, and responsible. The result is that through the efforts of the three principle entities: MPI, GSA and BMM, the gaming industry will be assured of having the level of talent needed to ensure that the gaming industry and technology remain partners for the foreseeable future.

Macao Polytechnic Institute (MPI) Applied Schools of Sciences – Current Course Description (http://www.ipm.edu.mo/admin/en/bsc_course_description.php)

 

Specialization Subjects: GAMING TECHNOLOGY 

Code

Course

Credits

COMP316 

Introduction to Gaming Technology 

3

COMP324 

Gaming Technology I 

3

COMP414 

Gaming Technology II 

3

COMP424 

Computer Game Design and Development 

3

MATH322 

Mathematics For Gaming Technology 

3

 

Specialization Subjects : GAMING TECHNOLOGY 

Code

Course

Credits

Duration

Pre-requisite

COMP316 

Introduction to Gaming Technology 

This course covers the general knowledge of the current technologies applied to the gaming industry. The purpose of this course is to enable students to gain a full picture of the overall gaming environment worldwide with regard to technologies and the basic concepts of the technologies being employed in the gaming industry now and in future. In particulars, the students will be introduced to historical background of gaming, classification of the games, the compliance of slot machines and other peripherals used in table games. 

45 hrs 

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COMP324 

Gaming Technology I 

This course provides students with fundamental concepts of slot machines regarding their components, structures and operations. Besides, it also stresses on the protocols and secure communications between gaming devices and gaming systems. Specifically, the content and format of messages between games and systems based on current, proven technology standards for transport and security will be delivered in class. 

45 hrs 

COMP316 

MATH322 

Mathematics For Gaming Technology 

The course will provide the mathematics underlying games of chance, it continues with the essential concept of discrete probability, combinatorics, expected value, game profit (house advantage), odds, betting systems etc., which will be applied to various games (slot machines and table games). Topics such as pay-table construction, bonus and jackpot calculations and RNG (Random Number Generator) will be introduced in this course. 

45 hrs 

MATH211

 

Specialization Subjects : GAMING TECHNOLOGY 

Code

Course

Credits

Duration

Pre-requisite

COMP414 

Gaming Technology II 

This course focuses on communication protocol and the architecture of gaming systems. The links between gaming operators and their management systems will be introduced. Students will be taught with hot topics including the transport and security standards. The functionality of backend servers will also be covered in this course so that students will learn various hotel management systems, customer relationship management systems and regulatory monitoring systems. 

45 hrs 

COMP316 

COMP424 

Computer Game Design and Development 

This course offers students the opportunity to learn how to effectively implement game ideas, using a comprehensive and analytical approach to game engine architectures. Topics include programming languages, mathematics skills, 3D graphics pipeline programming, real-time game engine architectures, and artificial intelligence algorithms. 

45 hrs 

COMP311

 

IGSA offers personalized and in-depth training to manufacturers, operators and regulators upon request. IGSA will provide face-to-face training at your premises, at daily rate, for training for any of our standards. For more information, contact IGSA.

IGSA, in collaboration with iGaming Academy, has created an online lecture series for its standards. There is a minimal fee. IGSA Lecture Series.

IGSA encourages operators and regulators to get the facts about implementation and the benefits that IGSA standards offer! Operators who are deploying standards and have integration issues or questions should contact IGSA to get the facts. Governments and regulators who enjoy the benefits that IGSA standards offer, should contact IGSA to get the facts from an independent industry body.

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