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NSoft to ease “online shift” with free virtual sports offer

NSoft is offering its complete portfolio of virtual games and draw-based games free of charge for a two-month period from 1 April.

The sports betting software solutions provider said it is doing this to “ease the shift from land-based to online” as gambling venues are forced to shut down in response to the coronavirus outbreak. 

It clarified that the offer means no setup fees, no minimum monthly fees and no monthly revenue share invoices for two months for all those who fill out this form before 31 March.

Virtual sports, in particular, are likely to play a key role as operators try to offset lost sportsbook revenues in the coming months, as COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on the global sporting calendar.

The NSoft virtual sports catalogue covers a wide variety of sports including car racing, motorcycling, greyhound racing, horseracing, tennis and basketball, as well as a Virtual Football League solution in which eight matches run simultaneously.

Ivan Rozic, SVP Sales & Business Development at NSoft, said: “We have always taken pride in our work with all our partners across the globe and we have always tried to be there for them when they need us. During these gloomy times, we literally want to put our money where our mouth is. 

“All our current and new partners using our virtuals online will not be charged a single euro from April 1st to June 1st. Hopefully, we will get through this together and end up being even stronger!”

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