Cloud Gaming: An Antipandemic Case for Restaurants
The study covers a review and testing of solutions for gamification of the restaurant business, which in a pandemic lockdown makes information services attractive to consumers. An architectural composition of gaming client environment of the restaurant was built. A priori probabilities of increasing consumer loyalty to the restaurant entity, which attracts its own server platform, complementing it with cloud gaming, have been determined.
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