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Internet betting software developer Core Gaming has announced that it has struck a deal with Dorna Sports S.L. to design and deploy a virtual sports racing game based on the MotoGP sport.
MotoGP is the world's premier motorcycle racing circuit, and was founded in 1949. The circuit takes racers across six continents where they race at high speed on a series of road and oval tracks. The game developed by Core will use WebGL 3D browser technology, and be supplied in HTML5 format, which provides maximum compatibility. Furthermore, the game will feature some of the sport's biggest name such as Valentino Rossi, Jofe Lorenzo, and more.
Commenting on the deal Core Gaming CEO Justin Chamberlain said, "This partnership with Dorna Sports offers our customers the chance to tap into MotoGP, a globally-recognised and revered brand."
"MotoGP is massively popular worldwide, and you only need to see one race packed full of incidents, speed and skill to see why that's the case. Our goal is to bring that same high-octane action into our Virtual Sports portfolio and to keep pushing boundaries in the industry."
Dorma Managing Director of Commercial Pau Serracanta also commented, saying, "Reaching this agreement with Core Gaming is an important step into the world of online gambling, with its Virtual Sports game giving users the chance to enjoy MotoGP on a whole new level, immersing them even further into the sport they love."
"I look forward to this new partnership with Core Gaming and eagerly await the game's release."