Sports-mad South Africans will love the brand new gaming suite launched by the industry’s favorite casino software provider, Playtech . The new suite is part of the omni-channel supplier’s efforts to go beyond the traditional gaming platforms currently found in the industry. It celebrates legends in the sport world, and is linked to high-profile sports events such as the World Cup and the Cheltenham Festival. The new suite will also be linked to timed jackpots, where players will be able to find themselves winners of guaranteed daily prizes.
According to Playtech, each casino game in the new suite will be linked to a series of Sporting Legends jackpots: A daily jackpot, a weekly jackpot and a mega jackpot.
One of the most popular games in the Playtech arsenal is Frankie Dettori Magic Sevens, which celebrates the Italian-British horse racing jockey who has ridden the winners of over 500 Group races. His biggest achievement was riding all seven winners of the British Champion’ day at Ascot in 1996, and the honor was so huge that Playtech themed an entire game around this event. Playtech has followed up on Frankie Dettori Magic Sevens with the first game in its new sports star themed gaming suite, Frankie Dettori Sporting Legends.
Shimon Akad, the chief operating officer for Playtech COO. “Our content units have gone above and beyond with this suite of superb games. Playtech Sporting Legends games not only boast a host of incredible titles based on the biggest names in sport, but also crucially our unique, industry-first jackpot functionality that guarantees daily, weekly and mega jackpots 24/7, 365 days a year!”
Playtech plans to roll out the second game in the new suite based on Ronnie O’Sullivan, one of the world’s greatest snooker players. By the time the Russia 2018 World Cup kicks off, Playtech hopes to bring in the third game of the series, World Cup Top Trumps, featuring a multinational team of stars.
Shaked said that Playtech was committed to innovation and excellence and the group was exceptionally proud of the games it had created.
“I’m certain they will be a huge hit with our licensees and their players,” he said.