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The UK’s Inspired Gaming Group launches new touch screen and virtual gaming products

Wednesday, 01 June 2011 16:42
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Inspired Gaming Group, a major supplier of server-based casino technology in new and emerging markets, is to launch several new products into the Asian market at G2E Asia.

Inspired will show its next-generation electronic roulette product Multi-Win Roulette 4.0 on the new Sabre slant top cabinet. A key feature of this GLI-compliant product is the ability to connect the terminals to live or auto roulette wheels. It is unique in allowing players to bet on up to four wheels simultaneously. Inspired says it’s also the only electronic roulette product to have both a primary 26-inch high definition (HD) widescreen touch screen and a secondary touch screen. The main one, with Real Touch technology, recreates the physical sensation of playing with real chips. The second Player Portal touch screen provides game analysis and venue marketing messages.

Inspired will also be offering an exclusive preview of new Live E-Baccarat content for the Sabre terminal. As with Multi-Win Roulette, Live E-Baccarat can be connected to live tables within the casino or tables in remote locations. The Panoramic Play layout of the HD widescreen terminal is designed to improve player entertainment.

“We’re confident that now is the right time to launch a new electronic table gaming product to operators in the region who should be looking for cutting edge products to maintain and grow their incomes,” says Lee Gregory, Inspired Gaming Group’s Managing Director for Casino.

“I’m personally very excited about the show, and the region as a whole, and I think Sabre is a highly complementary product for many of the exciting venues in Macau and beyond.”

Another product—newly approved and soon to launch in China—is Inspired’s Virtual Sports available in both HD and 3-D. It offers betting on computer-generated sports events, including football, horse racing, cycling and tennis. Virtual Sports is a multi-platform technology with in-venue, online, mobile telecoms, television and terminal applications and commentary in 16 different languages.

Virtual Sports, will be broadcast throughout the show at the Inspired booth via the Virtual Betting Channel, a new partnership between Inspired and SIS.

Inspired is the leading gaming machine operator in the United Kingdom for the gaming and leisure markets, and also provides its unique Open SBG™ software systems, terminals and Virtual Sports products in 19 other countries. It is one of the three leading video lottery terminal suppliers to Italian casinos and betting shops.

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