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Internet betting software developer Core Gaming has announced that they have signed a content supply deal with SIS and will push out a series of virtual racing games for Sky Vegas.
Core Gaming has built a reputation as being a top-notch HTML5 gaming software developer, while SIS has become a supplier of games over the cyber realm. The new virtual racing games will be virtual horse racing titles, which will use 3D browser technology to make the games stand out. Because the titles are in HTML5 format, the new games will be available in both desktop and mobile formats.
Commenting on the deal Core Gaming CEO Justin Chamberlain said, "Our partnership with SIS is a natural progression in our mission to push the technological boundaries in the gambling industry. SIS has developed superb browser-based playouts which we have successfully integrated into our world-leading HTML framework, making them available on demand to players across any channel."
"By taking what SIS had achieved and adding a little Core magic, we knew that Sky Vegas would be keen to be first movers for this product and we were happy to be instrumental in bringing the parties together. We want to shake up the space with new ways for players to engage with virtual sports and new technologies for our operator partners to leverage better financial performance from these games."
SIS Head of Products Marc Thomas added: "We are really excited to be working with Core Gaming because of their unparalleled position as one of the most innovative companies in the games development sector today. This is just the first in a number of unique mobile initiatives that we will bring to market together - delivering fast gameplay, low data consumption for users and a high return for our clients across mobile and online casino. These innovative new games offer an on-demand sports betting experience, with a casino mechanic, which provides operators with a real crossover product for their sites."