888 integrates Golden Race virtuals in new partnership

888 has strengthened its virtual sports offering after teaming up with Golden Race ‘Beyond Virtuals’ to deliver a range of virtual sports games for its 888casino and 888sport platforms.

Under the agreement, players at 888casino and 888sport will gain access to virtual sports betting events including more than 20 leagues and tournaments of 3D Virtual Football, 3D Horse Racing, Dog Racing, Speedway and Motorbikes, among others.

Martin Wachter, CEO and Founder of Golden Race, commented: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with such a prestigious brand as 888. We are certain that their clients will greatly enjoy our portfolio of highly realistic virtual sports and engaging number games, especially at this moment when they are looking for new products to satisfy the lack of sports events.”

The virtuals supplied by Golden Race, which are created in-house with the latest technologies, feature computer-generated sports games, with built-in RNGs to ‘ensure fairness, transparency, and randomness’.

The content, said Golden Race, delivers ‘true-to-life’ recreations of the world’s most popular events, as well as a familiar sportsbook interface, real odds models, and an extended variety of betting markets with professional voice-overs and multi-language support, and unique camera angles of the action.

Guy Cohen, SVP of B2C at 888, added: “We are incredibly excited about our working partnership with Golden Race ‘Beyond Virtuals.’ We strive to offer our customers an engaging portfolio of games and this company is at the forefront of virtual sports innovations.”

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