Inspired Entertainment extends partnership with BetVictor

Industry virtual content supplier Inspired Entertainment has inked a long-term extension with BetVictor which will see them continue to provide its scheduled Virtual Sports product.

The new agreement will allow for the increased provision of Virtual Sports content across the BeVictor interactive platform, creating a roadmap of new content.

“We have been working with Inspired since 2010 on a number of Virtual Sports and the Virtual Basketball product sets a new benchmark for graphics and animation in the industry,” said Eoin Ryan, Director of Product at BetVictor.

“Live basketball is one of our customers’ preferred sports, and for us to be one of the first operators to launch Virtual Basketball is really exciting. I am confident our customers will respond well to it.”

The contract extension will make BetVictor one of the first Inspired customers to launch Virtual Basketball and Virtual Grand National products.

Steve Rogers, chief commercial officer of virtual sports at Inspired, added: “Basketball is the second most popular team sport, with avid fan bases around the world.

“We knew basketball could be huge for the Virtual Sports category if it was done to the highest standard, so we consulted with professional players and invested in the latest motion-capture technology to create the most realistic and exciting product to date.

“BetVictor is the perfect customer to launch our Virtual Basketball game, as they’re always excited to bring their customers the best and most entertaining experiences.”

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