Inspired Gaming has now launched its Virtual Sports online with the Slovenia Sports Lottery (Športna Loterija).
Inspired is supplying Slovenia’s state sports lottery website, e-stave, with seven sports (horses, greyhounds, football, motor racing, speedway, tennis and cycling) localised in to Slovenian. The seven Virtual Sports will be streamed live and simultaneously on www.e-stave.com every three minutes, resulting in over 3,000 betting events available to players every day. The system will be certified by SIQ and is due to publicly launch at the beginning of June.
Primož Pöschl, Executive Director of Games Development at Športna Loterija, commented: “We are excited about the quality and proven income performance of Inspired’s Virtual Sports with our colleagues in the World Lottery Association (WLA). Many of our players are sports fans and are already familiar with sports betting so they will welcome the increased volume of betting entertainment on the website and the range of bet markets available. To have a supplier who has such a strong pedigree and one who is continually enhancing their product range was a very important factor for us.”
Steve Rogers, SVP of Virtual Sports and Mobile at Inspired, added: “We are experienced in working with public and private lotteries, and we already supply a number of WLA members including Sisal, Lottomatica, OPAP and NSLAC. Our Virtual Sports are proven to be popular with sports betting fans and we look forward to building a strong virtual sports revenue stream with Športna Loterija now and into the future.”
Inspired supplies its world leading range of Virtual products, including 10 sports and four numbers games, to land-based, online and mobile operators in 35 countries around the world. Inspired’s Virtual Sports are proven to generate over 100 per cent more income than other virtual sports products. Most recently launched in Italy across 6,000 venues and market-leading websites, Inspired’s Virtual Sports are the product of choice for Italian lottery, betting and gaming, operators representing over 95 per cent of the Italian market.