New York-listed gaming supplier Inspired Entertainment has launched a range of new and upgraded content for its long-term Italian partner Snaitech.

This has seen the supplier roll out its Mike Tyson Boxing title on a mixed virtual sports channel broadcast across Snaitech's retail estate, as well as launching a bespoke variant of Rush Sprints 2 for the operator's dedicated racing channel.

Snaitech has also had a number of new betting markets certified for all Inspired virtual sports races, and rolled out the supplier's QUAD virtual sports channel.

Through QUAD, operators can broadcast four unique events within a single screen, allowing them to generate revenue from bets on a range of different virtual sports.

"I'm delighted to announce the launch of this varied portfolio of new and upgraded content with our valued Italian partner, Snaitech," said Inspired chief commercial officer for digital games Steve Rogers.

"Mike Tyson Boxing is one of our most innovative and compelling product launches of recent years, and it's exciting to be bringing it to the Italian market for the first time with Snaitech," he continued. "Inspired remains dedicated to the ongoing development of its virtual sports business in Italy, and I have no doubt that these new products and additional channels will add to its continuing success."

Shares in Inspired Entertainment Inc (NSQ:INSE) closed in New York Tuesday down 7.62 per cent at $4.85 per share, as unconfirmed media reports of a cut in stake levels on fixed-odds betting terminals in the UK spooked investors. Inspired supplies terminals to the UK's leading bookmakers.