U.K.-based Inspired Gaming Group Ltd – a leading supplier of server-based video games for lotteries and games for the virtual sports market – will be exhibiting at Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014 in Las Vegas from September 30 to October 2.
Technology displayed by the company will include its Multi-Game Virtual Football product – currently live in mainland China with the China sports lottery.
Delegates will also have the opportunity to use Inspired Gaming’s new virtual sports bet management system BetBOX. It enables any betting, gaming or lottery operator to add a 24-hour per day offering of Inspired virtual sports and numbers games to their venues on a ready-to-use basis.
Inspired Gaming’s high-frequency virtual sports games were recently launched in 7,000 Italian lottery betting shops. The company says the games are already generating the equivalent of more than US$1.5 billion in annual turnover.
Inspired products are also live on fixed and mobile platforms in 34 additional countries. Also on show for casino operators will be Inspired Gaming’s electronic table game product Sabre Synchro, which allows players to bet on casino roulette, virtual horse races, baccarat and blackjack all at the same time.
Gerhard Burda, acting chief product officer at Inspired, commented: “Cross-channel entertainment has been the key theme of 2014, so at G2E we are really excited to show delegates how Inspired is addressing this growing sector.”
Inspired Gaming will be at booth #2016.
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