Land-based aficionados Bally Technologies will be moving more of their content online with the help of gaming tech specialists OpenBet. Bally’s games will be integrated into OpenBet’s casino and centralized account with existing OpenBet customers able to benefit from the content immediately. The deal will mean Bally content being available across mobiles, tablets and desktop computers with the first titles set be unleashed later this month. They include Vegas Hits, Tiger Treasures, Cupid and Psyche, and Mayan Adventures. John Connelly, Bally Vice President of Business Development, commented that it means their products are now “available to a truly global online audience”.
The virtual sports specialists at Inspired Gaming Group are launching a new virtual sports bet management system entitled BetBox. It will enable companies to take over-the-counter bets on Inspired’s virtual sports products at retail betting venues as well as casino or lottery sales points. The solution will expand to offer live sports betting and online sports betting within the next year and the solution features four different bundles ranging from a low cost white-label solution to a fully bespoke BetBox BMS. Commenting on the possibilities the launch represents was Steve Rogers, MD of Virtual Sports at Inspired, who said: “We currently supply 20,000 venues in 33 countries and the launch of BetBox is an exciting new phase in our development plan that will allow us to supply a much wider range of operators.”
Amaya Gaming Group has announced their new Instant Rewards helped Paf.com to increase player activity and revenues by over 30 percent during its first period of operation. Instant Rewards allows firms to set up challenges for players with rewards paid out in real-time to customers. Herbert Paradis, Poker Manager at Paf, added: “After a two-month trial we have measured an increase in both time spent by and revenue generated from players using Instant Rewards. Poker players love challenges and this product is well suited to incentivize recreational players.”
NeoGames have launched a new bingo platform to offer business customers in regulated markets. The platform, which will sit alongside their interactive scratch card and lottery games, is specifically designed for easy integration into any company’s offering. They expect the game to be picked up by customers in regulated markets as well as national lotteries, and Mr Rosen, CEO of NeoGames, added: ”Our new and innovative Bingo platform is another important part of our complete soft-gaming offering. We are excited by the fact that many of our customers have shown great interest and commitment to this new product.
3D games developer Sheriff Gaming have agreed to provide a number of games to Eurocoin Interactive. Under the terms of the deal the two will work together to develop three online games with two titles already released in the shape of Jack in the Box and Royal Crowns. The games are available for both mobile and desktop formats and Eric Roskamp, spokesperson for Sheriff Gaming, added: “Combining our online experience with an established land-based company like Eurocoin will undoubtedly widen our audience.”