Inspired Entertainment launches new virtual basketball game with bet36530th March 2020 10:51 am GMT
New York-listed gaming supplier Inspired Entertainment has launched its new virtual sports offering V-Play Basketball with leading operator bet365.
Following the launch of several Inspired virtual sports games in the past year, the V-Play Basketball game has now gone live on bet365.com.
The virtual sports offering features two dedicated streams, a US basketball and a separate European Basketball variant, with a new game event taking place every two minutes.
“bet365 is a long-time customer and we've enjoyed many highly successful product launches with them over the years,” said Inspired chief commercial officer Steven Rogers. “The launch of V-Play Basketball follows a string of popular games that have gone live with bet365.com since the new year, including Virtual Football, Cricket and Virtual Grand National."
bet365.com will also be the first operator to roll out Inspired’s new NFLA Legends Football game, an officially licensed product from the NFL Alumni (NFLA) which brings NFL legends back to the field.
V-Play NFLA Legends Football uses ultra-realistic player simulations of 11 alumni legends teams going head-to-head in a single game format, competing in a series of plays that last less than 90 seconds.
The game will be added to the two existing football channels on bet365.com, available through the virtual sports section of the operator’s sportsbook.
“We haven't seen any virtual sports quite like V-Play Basketball and V-Play NFLA Legends Football,” said a spokesperson for bet365. “They are great products, both visually and in the betting opportunities they offer the players.
“We are very excited to be launching these products and we have no doubt they will be successful additions to our current Virtual Sports offerings. Inspired has impressed us with their innovation once again.”
Shares in Inspired Entertainment Inc (NSQ:INSE) closed down 14.22 per cent at $3.80 per share in New York Friday, 38 per cent above its 52-week low of $2.74 set on 20 March.