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Tuesday, 17 July 2012 11:28
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Lee Gregory, Managing Director of Casino and Bingo at Inspired Gaming Group

Although Inspired Gaming Group was until recently best known as a leading provider of server-based gaming technology, taking center stage at its G2E Asia exhibit this year were its electronic table game and virtual sports products: the market-proven Sabre Multi-Win Roulette and Baccarat; and the newly-unveiled Tablet Bet™, which allows players to place bets on virtual sports via a lightweight wireless tablet.

Sabre Multi-Win Roulette and Baccarat allows players to bet on four wheels or tables simultaneously, which can be any combination of live, auto and random number generated. According to the company, Sabre features many unique Easy Bet features and is proven to have a faster game cycle than competing products, therefore allowing more bets and generating more income. In just over 12 months, in excess of 1,000 Sabres have been installed in the UK, Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia.

Inspired’s virtual sports products are used by some of the largest gaming operators around the world. The company’s virtual motor racing became China’s first government approved rapid-draw lottery game in August 2011 and is currently live in the National Sports Lottery venues. A wide range of sports are available including horses, greyhound racing, soccer, motor racing and tennis. The product is available for online, mobile, retail, broadcast and gaming terminals. Tablet Bet™ will be available to operators in the near future and will feature the full range of virtual sports, as well as other leading games from Inspired.

Inspired also took the occasion of G2E Asia to introduce Menh Vay Giang as a new member of its growing international team. Menh joins Inspired as Business Development Manager for Asia following a number of years at Gaming Support, where Menh dealt with leading casino operators. Menh will be working with Silver Heritage Limited (SHL), Inspired’s Asia distributor, to increase sales of Sabre Multi-Win Roulette in the region. Menh will be based in Hong Kong and is fluent in eight languages, including Mandarin and Cantonese.

Lee Gregory, Managing Director of Casino and Bingo at Inspired, commented: “We have so many achievements to report from the show and some significant deals to be announced in time. Menh established himself as a valuable team member at the show and his appointment demonstrates our commitment to becoming a major distributor of electronic table gaming products in Asia, with the support of SHL.”

Mr Gregory added: “Inspired is committed to entering growth gaming markets by launching the right products at the right time. Now is Inspired’s time in Asia—demonstrated by the significant demand at the show for our electronic table gaming and virtual sports. This time next year, we will have an impressive Asia growth story to tell and we hope to be introducing more server-based technology into the region.”


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