SBC News Inspired welcomes change to virtual events limit in Italy

Inspired welcomes change to virtual events limit in Italy

virtualracingVirtual sports provider Inspired has welcomed changes to betting legislation in Italy, which will extend the current limit of 500 virtual events per day to 2,000 across land-based and digital channels.

Opening times have also been lengthened by an additional 2 hours, enabling operators to keep players entertained for longer.

The Inspired software has supported the development of a €1 billion p.a. market in Italy in just one year. Inspired currently supplies circa. 95% of the deployments of Virtual Sports in Italy, with products available to players in over 7,000 betting venues.

Vitaliano Casalone, President of Inspired Italia, commented: “Inspired welcomes this change in legislation which will enable our customers to drive revenues further and keep players entertained for longer. Inspired is prepared and capable of fully capitalizing on the expansion of the operating restrictions, by offering the best choice and quality of Virtual products on the market.

“The market for our Virtual Sports products continues to grow in Italy, and with this change in regulation we foresee further expansion through additional channels of content in retail shops and corners, and also more streams of content to online and mobile sites.”

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