Inspired to bring virtual sports content to Italy with SISAL deal

Inspired Entertainment has announced the launch of new virtual sports content with italian operator SISAL.  

Inspired Virtual Football Matchday is now live and featured on a dedicated channel across 480 of SISAL’s Italian retail estates. This launch makes Inspired the sole provider of virtual football content for the leading Italian operator.

Exclusively designed for Italy, Football Matchday offers an exciting live league format with eight fixtures in state-of-the-art graphics. The product also includes a ‘picture in picture’ window showing goals from non-featured matches ensuring that customers don’t miss any of the action.

Football Matchday will feature alongside a live league table designed to further enrich the player experience.

“I’m delighted to announce the launch of this new content with our valued Italian partner, SISAL. Matchday Light has consistently been one of our best performing products in Italy and we’re excited to be bringing it to SISAL venues for their customers to experience,” said Steve Rogers, Chief Commercial Officer for Digital Games at Inspired.  

“Inspired remains committed to the ongoing development of its Virtual Sports business in Italy, and this latest launch with SISAL will no doubt contribute to its continuing success.”

The deal comes less than three months after Inspired announced a major restructure to its senior executive leadership team, confirming the departure of Luke Alvarez as Group Chief Executive Officer.

Check Also

Betfred renews legacy VS partnership with Inspired Entertainment

Betfred has announced that it will continue to work with Inspired Entertainment as its principal …

Betting and gaming industry’s biggest brands head SBC Awards North America shortlists

The SBC Awards North America 2022 will see the biggest brands in sports betting and …

Flutter calls on Betfair Cluj recruitment drive to support global IT expansion

Flutter Entertainment has disclosed to Romanian media that it seeks to recruit 500 new software …