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1. 20160148463 Systems and methods for recommending games to anonymous players using distributed storageUS26.05.2016
A63F 9/24
A HUMAN NECESSITIES
63
SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
F
CARD, BOARD, OR ROULETTE GAMES; INDOOR GAMES USING SMALL MOVING PLAYING BODIES; GAMES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
9
Games not otherwise provided for
24
Games using electronic circuits not otherwise provided for
15013321IGT Canada Solutions ULCBharat Gadher

While a player is playing one game on a gaming machine using a mobile gaming device, the systems and methods described herein recommend other games to the player based on the player's real time game play. An export data set is generated using parsing rules and used for recommendations. The game recommendations are provided to the mobile gaming device for selection by the user.


2. 20140213350 Systems and methods for remote gaming using game recommenderUS31.07.2014
A63F 13/79
[IPC code unknown for A63F 13/79]
13941062GTECH Canada ULCDavid Froy

A mobile gaming device may be a player's own personal tablet, smartphone, PDA, etc., with an application program installed via the internet for carrying out a remote gaming session. All gaming functions are carried out by a stationary gaming terminal communicating with the mobile device, such as by using WiFi or other wireless protocol. The mobile device operates as a user interface. While the player is playing one game on the mobile device, the venue's system recommends other games to the player via the player's tablet either based on the player's past gaming history, if the player used a player tracking card, or based on real time game play, if the player is anonymous. Upon the player selecting a different game, the system automatically transfers communications to a different gaming terminal and transfers the player's credits. The gaming terminals may be gaming machines, where each gaming machine carries out a different game.


3. 20140066179 Systems and methods for remote gamingUS06.03.2014
G07F 17/32
G PHYSICS
07
CHECKING-DEVICES
F
COIN-FREED OR LIKE APPARATUS
17
Coin-freed apparatus for hiring articles; Coin-freed facilities or services
32
for games, toys, sports, or amusements
13951830IGT CANADA SOLUTIONS ULCDavid Froy

A mobile gaming device may be a player's own personal tablet, smartphone, PDA, etc., with an application program installed via the internet for carrying out a remote gaming session. All gaming functions are carried out by a stationary gaming terminal communicating with the mobile device, such as by using WiFi. The mobile device operates as a user interface. Registration for the mobile device may be via a registration terminal connected in a network with a plurality of gaming terminals. The mobile device may communicate wirelessly with the registration terminal, and the registration terminal then communicates with the played gaming terminal via the network. The mobile device may select to play games offered by any available gaming terminal. The gaming terminals may be gaming machines. The registration terminal may also be a cashing out terminal and print a ticket.


4. 20140038706 Systems and methods for adjusting 3D gaming images for mobile gamingUS06.02.2014
A63F 13/323
[IPC code unknown for A63F 13/323]
13951834GTECH CANADA ULCDavid Froy

A mobile gaming device may be a player's own personal tablet, smartphone, PDA, etc., with an application program installed via the internet for carrying out a remote gaming session. All gaming functions are carried out by a stationary gaming terminal communicating with the mobile device, such as by using WiFi. The mobile device operates as a user interface. For 3D images, the original format may be adjusted for the mobile device.


5. 20130337895 Systems and methods for multi-player remote gamingUS19.12.2013
G07F 17/32
G PHYSICS
07
CHECKING-DEVICES
F
COIN-FREED OR LIKE APPARATUS
17
Coin-freed apparatus for hiring articles; Coin-freed facilities or services
32
for games, toys, sports, or amusements
13951846IGT CANADA SOLUTIONS ULCDavid Froy

A mobile gaming device may be a player's own personal tablet, smartphone, PDA, etc., with an application program installed via the internet for carrying out a remote gaming session. All gaming functions are carried out by a stationary gaming terminal communicating with the mobile device, such as by using WiFi. The mobile device operates as a user interface The games involve a plurality of players.


6. 20130310156 Systems and methods for recommending games to registered players using distributed storageUS21.11.2013
A63F 9/24
A HUMAN NECESSITIES
63
SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
F
CARD, BOARD, OR ROULETTE GAMES; INDOOR GAMES USING SMALL MOVING PLAYING BODIES; GAMES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
9
Games not otherwise provided for
24
Games using electronic circuits not otherwise provided for
13941091IGT CANADA SOLUTIONS ULCBharat Gadher

While a player is playing one game on a gaming machine, the systems and methods described herein recommend other games to the player based on the player's past gaming history, accessed via player registration, and the player's real time game play. Upon the player selecting a different game, the system may automatically transfers the player's credits between games or gaming machines. Each gaming machine may carry out one or more game.


7. 20130310159 Systems and methods for carrying out an uninterrupted gameUS21.11.2013
A63F 13/327
[IPC code unknown for A63F 13/327]
13951838GTECH CANADA ULCDavid Froy

A mobile gaming device may be a player's own personal tablet, smartphone, PDA, etc., with an application program installed via the internet for carrying out a remote gaming session. All gaming functions are carried out by a stationary gaming terminal communicating with the mobile device, such as by using WiFi. The mobile device operates as a user interface. If the communications link is temporarily broken during a game, the mobile device will create the appearance that the game is continuous, such as by continuing to spin reels, until communications are re-established. The reels will stop once the mobile device receives the final outcome from the gaming terminal. The player may pause the game to temporarily suspend the minimum game frequency rules. The mobile device may switch between gaming terminals. For 3D video, the original format may be adjusted for the mobile device. The gaming terminal may be a gaming machine.


8. 20130310160 Systems and methods for carrying out an uninterrupted game with temporary inactivationUS21.11.2013
A63F 13/323
[IPC code unknown for A63F 13/323]
13951843IGT CANADA SOLUTIONS ULCDavid Froy

A mobile gaming device may be a player's own personal tablet, smartphone, PDA, etc., with an application program installed via the internet for carrying out a remote gaming session. All gaming functions are carried out by a stationary gaming terminal communicating with the mobile device, such as by using WiFi. The mobile device operates as a user interface. If the communications link is temporarily broken during a game, the mobile device will create the appearance that the game is continuous, such as by continuing to spin reels, until communications are re-established. The reels will stop once the mobile device receives the final outcome from the gaming terminal. The player may pause the game to temporarily suspend the minimum game frequency rules. The mobile device may switch between gaming terminals. For 3D video, the original format may be adjusted for the mobile device. The gaming terminal may be a gaming machine.


9. 20130303274 Systems and methods for recommending games to anonymous players using distributed storageUS14.11.2013
A63F 9/24
A HUMAN NECESSITIES
63
SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
F
CARD, BOARD, OR ROULETTE GAMES; INDOOR GAMES USING SMALL MOVING PLAYING BODIES; GAMES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
9
Games not otherwise provided for
24
Games using electronic circuits not otherwise provided for
13941109GTECH Canada ULCBharat Gadher

While a player is playing one game on a gaming machine, the systems and methods described herein recommend other games to the player based on the player's real time game play, if the player is anonymous. Upon the player selecting a different game, the system may automatically transfers the player's credits between games or gaming machines. Each gaming machine may carry out one or more game.


10. 20030046678 Computer hardware and software installation apparatus and methodUS06.03.2003
G06F 9/445
G PHYSICS
06
COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
F
ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING
9
Arrangements for programme control, e.g. control unit
06
using stored programme, i.e. using internal store of processing equipment to receive and retain programme
44
Arrangements for executing specific programmes
445
Programme loading or initiating
09945547Boxall Robert

A method of installing hardware and corresponding software comprising the steps of initiating the installation process for a hardware element having corresponding software, monitoring the operating system for commands which require user intervention, analyzing the commands received from the operating system, and responding to the commands received from the operating system without requiring user intervention. The invention further comprises an installation script for use in association with a computer and an associated hardware element or software element. The script comprising a monitoring mechanism, an analyzing mechanism and a responding mechanism. The monitoring mechanism monitoring a request for user intervention by an operating system. The analyzing mechanism analyzing the request to determine a response thereto. The responding mechanism responding to the request without substantially requiring user intervention.


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