Bettorlogic and IGT new product releases

TAGs: Bettorlogic, International Gaming Technology, Livelogic Tennis

Bettorlogic releases Livelogic TennisThe explosion of in-play betting on sports has moved Bettorlogic to develop a new state-of-the-art tool for their leading sportsbook customers.

Livelogic Tennis will cover 116 tennis tournaments through the year and the technology will generate relevant “reasons to bet,” giving users around 30-40 bet prompts throughout the course of each match.

Mike Falconer, Bettorlogic CEO, said, “After the success of Livelogic football in the last year, it’s exciting for us to be able to offer sportsbooks similar functionality for such an in-play driven sport like tennis. We’ve put a great deal of effort in to its development and are confident it’ll boost in-play activity in the same way.”

After a number of successful trials during the recent Australian Open in January the technology goes live this week with the first event to offer it the Sony Ericsson Open from Miami, USA.

IGT releases Jacks or Better for mobileThere will also be a new title that those using a smartphone will be longing for after International Gaming Technology (IGT) announced the release of Jacks or Better video poker.

Already one of IGT’s more successful online poker products, it will now be available to iPad, iPhone, and Android users and will include the popular “Double-Up Gamble” feature.

Alex Kelly, vice president Interactive, IGT, said, “Jacks or Better video poker is an innovative product which will add significant value to an operator’s mobile portfolio. The advances in Smartphone technology have allowed us to demonstrate our company strengths and build on an online title which has been a firm favourite to create a mobile version that is instantly recognisable to players.”

The news is another indication of the clamor that exists to develop material for mobile devices such is the success that the sector is currently experiencing.


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