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Player: Identity

On this page you will find a detailed analysis of your player clusters and how they behave across various KPIs, including bet distribution by game, revenue per bet per cluster,  largest wins and across geographies.

Useful for teams in: Product, Game Design, Commercial, Marketing

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Player clusters

Review all your major player profiles at a glance including high value multi session, high value, mid value, tourist, low value.

Find out how many spins high value, multi-session players play on average per day across multiple games compared to ‘Tourists’ or low value players who spin far less, opt for lower RTP games and shorter sessions.

clusters

 

Player bets distribution by game and cluster

See player distribution data across multiple game titles with options to switch between different KPIs. This includes volume, bets, GGR and NGR.

You can alter the KPIs to see contribution of stakes per player segment.

volume distrubution

 

Overall player revenue by RTP

See which player clusters contribute the most across RTP, Bets and GGR.

Zoom into the cross axes to dive a little deeper.

player revenue

 

Daily top wins by RTP

Rank wins by RTP to identify the largest payouts across multiple categories including player ID number, date of win, game, player cluster, operator, total payout, stake and RTP percentage.

There is an optional slider tab to break this down further by individual operator, player cluster and game, while you can also compare operators.

top wins

 

Player location by count

See a birds-eye-view of your player's location. The size of the circle reflects the number of players in a given area.

Zoom in by scrolling on your mouse.

player location

 


Last updated: November 2021

 

 

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