Mobile game users are notorious for having short attention spans, and with the GSN Casino, one of our top priorities has been finding ways to increase user retention. One strategy we've found effective is to release a new game every month or so. But as any experienced developer can attest, this can quickly lead to a mountain of code that's difficult to maintain and a bloated app that's even harder to change.
At GSN, we've been grappling with this very issue for some time. That's why we decided to turn to Unity, which is widely regarded as the best game engine on the market. By using Unity, we can reduce the amount of code debt we accumulate over time and take advantage of its spectacular features and plugins. But perhaps the biggest benefit of Unity is its ability to use the same code for both Android and iOS, which streamlines development and reduces costs.
We're thrilled to announce that we've officially made the switch to Unity for the GSN Casino app. It's a major step forward for our team, and I'm personally excited to learn C# and dive into the world of textures and 3D modeling.
As luck would have it, I recently had the opportunity to attend the Unite conference in Amsterdam, which was one of the best conferences I've ever been to. I was blown away by all the game developers showcasing their apps and the cool new techniques they were using to optimize their games. Plus, I got to visit Amsterdam for the first time, which was an incredible experience all on its own. All in all, I'm feeling energized and motivated as we continue to push the GSN Casino app to new heights with Unity.