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This week betting site BetStars announced that they've signed Inspired Entertainment to a content deal and will offer the group's virtual sports titles as a result.
The deal will see Inspired becoming the sole provider of virtual sports content to BetStars, who are owned by Canadian betting giant The Stars Group. TSG oversees many large gaming brands, including Full Tilt, PokerStars, and more. The first game coming is Rush Football 2, which features motion capture technology to provide a simulated experience that's as close to real as possible.
Commenting on the agreement Inspired CCO Steve Rogers said, "This agreement gives us the ability to appeal to one of the largest base of players around the world."