GVC Holdings has extended its supply deal with virtual sports specialist Leap Gaming to launch a number of new titles from the software provider, including its new in-play virtuals titles.
The contract extension will see GVC continue to offer Leap’s content via its flagship gaming sites such as bwin and partycasino, bolstering the portfolio with the addition of in-play tennis and football, on-demand virtual sports and scheduled racing events.
"We are delighted to build on our partnership with Leap Gaming in a deal which demonstrates our commitment to continuously offer new products to our customers," GVC chief product officer Liron Snir said. "In-play is a critical feature for real-life sports betting and we have every confidence that it will be a popular element in virtuals, while on-demand is another great innovation that will enable our users to define their own event schedule.
"To cap it all, Leap's virtuals feature outstanding graphics and state-of-the-art UX which substantially improve the user experience."
Leap Gaming chief executive Yariv Lissauer said he looked forward to rolling out the games with "such an outstanding operator."
"Leap is committed to innovating in the virtual sports vertical and we are delighted about the recent feedback we have received for our new titles and features," he said.