Sports broadcaster and software supplier Satellite Information Services (SIS) has expanded the range of virtual racing games it provides Sky Vegas, with the latest releases featuring customisable camera angles.

The new release includes motorcycling and racing games, adding to the 2D and 3D horse racing, greyhound, cycling and novelty games which launched in December last year.

The on-demand racing games, created through a partnership with CORE Gaming, have been rolled out under the Infinite Racing brand and allow players to view events from a range of angles.

Players are able to choose from a TV broadcast, overhead drone view or ‘ride on’ view to put them at the heart of the action as a motorcycle rider or racecar driver, while the games’ graphics have also been enhanced to offer a more engaging experience.

SIS has also added a full-screen option, making it easier for players to view and enjoy the on-demand racing games more clearly.

The games offer simple fixed-odds bets as well as forecast and tricast wagers, using unique Forecast Sliders which give clear odds on all available combinations.

“SIS introduced a new dimension to virtual racing games late last year, with the launch of our on-demand gaming suite Infinite Racing, and these latest updates take our offering to the next level,” SIS head of product Marc Thomas said.

“In a world of tech-savvy, next generation customers, who are familiar with console gaming, these camera angles will provide a far more immersive and engaging user experience.

“For operators, the real world gaming appeal of these titles ensures that players play for longer, and due to the on-demand nature of the games, there’s six times more betting opportunities than traditional virtuals,” Thomas explained.

Sky Vegas head of casino Bob Parker said he was excited that his company was the launch partner for the next generation of SIS Infinite Racing games.

“They have already proved successful on our site and these innovative new features are sure to engage and excite our customers,” Parker said.


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