Trada Casino’s Adventure Calendar Leads Summer DevelopmentsPublished June 7, 2016 by Mike P
Trada Casino is making headlines for its Adventure Calendar, a new mobile platform, and the publication of results from a player survey.
There have been a number of developments at Trada Casino, with the site having upgraded its mobile platform while also releasing the results of a player survey. First, though, the site is hosting a special event to reward players.
The Adventure Calendar is a monthly event in which registered players have the opportunity to claim an array of daily offers designed to increase bankrolls and also award prizes. For players who get involved, they can snag an array of deals, including deposit matches, spins for slot games, and cashback credit on select losses.
Mobile Casino Proving Popular
Another recent improvement has been that Trada Casino players have had access to the newly optimised mobile site from spring 2016. For those using the mobile site, Trada Casino has reported that the easier navigation is the greatest appeal.
Meanwhile, the availability of live chat support within mobile browsers has also proven popular. Across the board, five of the ten most popular games in May were accessed via smartphones and tablets.
What Casino Players Want
Trada Casino has also attempted to be one of the more insightful sites by conducting an in-depth player survey to determine what players value the most when selecting their new sites to register with.
Leading off the factors was the finding that an overwhelming 84% of respondents prioritise withdrawal speed when signing up. Coming in second place, there were 66% of respondents who want a good game selection at their casino.
The response rate then dropped to 47% for those who value customer service availability, with free deposits and withdrawals and then promotion selection just behind on 46% and 45%, respectively.
Having a good welcome offer was then important for 38% of respondents, while security was on 27%. And then there was a drop-off for licensing jurisdiction on 16%. Surprisingly, mobile compatibility was down at just 7%, with other factors combining for 10%.