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Golden Race targets new reign in Spain after online certification

Virtual sports and betting solutions provider Golden Race has received the certification to supply its online virtual games in Spain. 

The company’s online platform includes the successful product Virtual Football League – the most played virtual football in the world. 

“We are very happy to start offering our engaging virtual games to the Spanish market,” said Javier Cicciomessere, Golden Race Sales Director for Spain and Latin America.

“We are currently in the final steps to integrate our games with the biggest companies in the country, who were waiting for us to get this final approval because they know how successful our products are with players. 

“In Italy, for example, where we are the leading virtual sports provider, we have helped our partners achieve an unprecedented level of income with our virtual offer, up to a point where the number of bets in virtuals is at the same level as real sportsbooks. And we are certain that we can help operators replicate this success in Spain.”

The certification, issued by GLI UK to the parent company SoftQuo, will enable Golden Race to offer its online games across the Spanish market. 

Featuring all the main national leagues in 10 matches displayed simultaneously, each with realistic odds and a large variety of betting combinations, Golden Race’s Virtual Football League is now generating more than 20 million bets daily. 

A hyper-realistic version of the game was launched at ICE London 2020. CEO Martin Wachter believes it has “taken a qualitative visual leap forward to become the most authentic 3D football simulation.”

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