Game On. Crave Games Platform to Entertain Hotel Guests and Create New Revenue Streams

Game On. Crave Games Platform to Entertain Hotel Guests and Create New Revenue Streams

Crave Interactive to showcase new Crave Games Platform for in-room tablets at HX: The Hotel Experience show in New York City.

London 09 November 2017. Crave Interactive, the world leading developer of cloud-based digital guest service solutions for hotels, today announced its latest innovation, the Crave Games Platform, whereby hotel guests can play a selection of high quality games on Crave in-room tablets for a modest fee, providing entertainment options for guests and additional revenue streams for hotels.

Over 20 high quality games from leading developers have been licensed by Crave and are hosted by Crave’s bespoke games server platform, specifically designed for hotel operation.

Competitions, leader boards, hotel specific trivia quizzes and flexible billing models are all incorporated. Hotels can determine which games to provide, and can include bespoke commissioned games relevant to their brand and audience. The anticipated cost to guests will be from just $2.99 per room night for unlimited access to all games.

“Hotel guests are looking to be entertained, and our in-room tablets are the ideal medium on which to provide games.” said Gareth Hughes, Crave Founder and CEO, “The extra revenues generated for the hotel can go a long way to achieve our goal of providing in-room tablets at a net ZERO cost for all hotels.”

The Crave games platform will be showcased at Booth #3237 at HX: The Hotel Experienceshow at the Javits Convention Center in New York City, 12th-13th November 2017. It will be available to all Crave clients from January 2018.

About Crave Interactive:

Crave Interactive is a world leading developer of cloud-based solutions for hotels that provide digital guest services, including food ordering, digital concierge, entertainment and automation via proprietary in-room tablets. Crave clients range from Iceland to Tasmania, from 25 to 4,000 rooms, and from luxury to limited service hotels.