New York-listed virtual sports specialist Inspired Entertainment is rolling out its products in Panama with Sportium, the joint venture betting business operated by Ladbrokes Coral and Cirsa.

A selection of Inspired's premium virtual sports titles, including Rush Football 2, Rush Football Matchday, Rush Horses and Rush Dogs, will launch across Sportium's affiliated retail venues in the country.

The games will be broadcast on in-store screens, with players placing bets via self-service betting terminals from Playtech BGT Sports.

"This is an exciting announcement for Inspired's Virtual Sports business," said chief commercial officer for digital games Steve Rogers.

"Our partnership with Sportium will enable us to deliver more of our premium content into new territories – potentially on a very significant scale," he explained. "Our partnership with Ladbrokes in the UK, Ireland and Belgium is long established, and we are delighted to now further that relationship with this deployment."

Shares in Inspired Entertainment Inc (NAQ:INSE) closed down 4.62 per cent at $6.20 per share in New York Thursday, just off their 52-week low of $6.00 per share set a day earlier. This followed the sale by Vitruvian Partners of approximately 40 per cent of its shareholding in Inspired Entertainment at a price of $7.4134 per share.

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