ince launching in Asia at the show last year, over 1,000 Sabres have been installed in the UK, Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia. Its electronic roulette product has many Easy Bet features and is proven to have a faster game cycle than competing products, which guarantees Sabre players never fail to get their bet on in time and operators benefit from increased incomes.
Inspired’s Virtual Sports became Chinese first government approved rapid-draw lottery game in August 2011 and is currently live in the National Sports Lottery venues. The product is established as a market leader with some of the largest gaming operators around the world such as William Hill, Caliente and Bet365, and was launched in China through a joint venture with AGTech and Ladbrokes. A wide range of sports are available to all customers and will be shown at G2E Asia, including horses, greyhound racing, soccer, motor racing and tennis. The product is available for online, mobile, retail, broadcast and gaming terminals.
Never before shown in Asia, Inspired’s Bingo Blaze will be making its G2E Asia debut after a successful Latin American launch in 2011. Bingo Blaze is a dual screen, HD slant top cabinet with multiple Latin Bingo games, but can also be adapted to new markets by adding traditional bingo, slots and SWP games.
Harmen Brenninkmeijer, Senior VP of Strategic Market Development at Inspired, commented: “Inspired is known as a leader in Server Based Gaming (SBG), but less known as the undisputed leader in delivering virtual sports gaming products around the world. Continual innovation has retained Inspired’s market leadership and resulted in exciting collaborations, such as a unique virtual sports lottery product being rolled out in Mainland China. For Inspired, Asia offers great potential beyond the standard applications that can be found across the world.”
“During G2E Asia we are proud to present our latest innovation, Bingo Blaze, which is now available for markets around the world, especially high growth markets like the Philippines”, Brenninkmeijer added.