Playtech launches sports star-themed gaming suite

Leading omni-channel supplier Playtech has launched a new casino games suite, linked to a series of timed jackpots with guaranteed daily wins.

The suite, created to celebrate the champions of the global sporting world, will be launched alongside high-profile events such as the Cheltenham Festival, the Grand National and the World Cup. In an industry first, each game in the suite is linked to a series of three timed Sporting Legends jackpots: daily, weekly and a Mega Jackpot.

Each slot also boasts a globally recognised sporting legend and has been designed to offer players even more ways to win. The first game in this incredible new suite will be Frankie Dettori Sporting Legends, a follow-up to hugely successful Playtech game Frankie Dettori Magic Sevens.

The remaining games in the suite will come thick and fast in the following weeks, with the second instalment based on snooker great Ronnie O’Sullivan. The third game in the series, World Cup Top Trumps, will be released in time for the Russia 2018 edition of the world’s largest sporting event and will feature a host of international stars.

Shimon Akad, Playtech COO, said: “Our content units have gone above and beyond with this suite of superb games. Playtech Sporting Legends games not only boast a host of incredible titles based on the biggest names in sport, but also crucially our unique, industry-first jackpot functionality that guarantees daily, weekly and mega jackpots 24/7, 365 days a year!

“We are committed to innovation and excellence and we are exceptionally proud of the games we have created. I’m certain they will be a huge hit with our licensees and their players.”

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