Inspired will supply its virtual sports offering to Macau casino operators for the first time following an exclusive agreement with Asian-facing supplier LT Game.

Inspired will deploy its virtual sports games on LT Game’s ETG self-service terminals, with over 4,500 Live Multi Gaming Terminals (LMG) installed across 22 casinos in Macau.

Rush Horses will be the first game to be released, followed by Rush Boxing, featuring Mike Tyson, and Rush Football.

“LT Game is a respected operator in the Macau Casino market, and this deal is an important one for Inspired as we continue to grow our global footprint in virtual sports deployment,” said Steve Rogers, Inspired’s chief commercial officer, Digital Games.

“I have no doubt that players will be impressed by the quality of the product, and I look forward to working LT Game to further build our product portfolio with them in the future.’

LT Game’s chairman and managing director Jay Chun said that the company was firmly committed to growth and success in electronic gaming development, and was thrilled to work with Inspired to enrich its gaming product categories.

“We continuously strive to bring in new gaming concepts to casino operators, to drive play with captivating content, and to offer our players the most cutting-edge gaming experiences,” he said.

“We are confident the LT Game ETG and Inspired virtual sports game will energize us to achieve these goals.”