Sportradar subsidiary Betradar has bolstered its range of virtual sports products with the launch of Virtual Tennis, with 14 new customers already signed up to launch the game.

Betradar describes the game as an “incredibly realistic and revenue-driving product full of bet-stimulating features.”

The game is based around a 16-player virtual tournament where players can bet on all popular tennis markets, including multiples.

New bet cycles start every three and a half minutes, with eight matches played in parallel to give customers more betting opportunities than on actual tennis games.

Virtual Tennis was developed using detailed analysis of official tennis data to offer “exceptional” levels of realism with the distribution of the virtual player’s skills and the number of aces they serve.

It has been rolled out for the Netherlands Antilles-licensed operator Tempo Gaming, which has launched the product on its Turkish-facing site. Betradar was unwilling to name the other thirteen operators who have launched, or who are preparing to launch the product.

“Virtual Tennis is the next addition to our market-leading virtual sports betting portfolio. The product attracts multiple target groups – passion, skill, system, big wins and entertainment punters all combined in a product built for betting,” said Betradar managing director of sales Erik Lorenz. “We are convinced that our solution will generate higher revenues than any other virtual tennis product in the market.”

The supplier also offers virtual football, horse racing and dog racing games, all of which are available for integration via XML or Betradar’s Remote Game Server.