Incentive Games launches new fantasy jackpot products

B2B Software developer Incentive Games has launched two new jackpot-driven products which will be available on the new Incentive Games’ STAR platform.

The new games have been developed so that they can be combined with other games into a single application in addition to being able to be combined as progressive web apps (PWAs) located on the client website and apps.

The jackpot games, Predict 6 and Quick 6, are hoped to bring a comprehensive fantasy sports ex[eroemce – aimed at both the well versed fantasy sports fan as well as those who take a more casual approach.

Predict 6 has been developed to be a score results predictor game, while Quick 6 is offered as a single match fantasy game. To win the Jackpot in Predict 6, users must accurately predict score-lines from a day or week’s matchups, and for Quick 6; users are challenged to build the best performing fantasy team of players from a chosen match to beat out the competition.

Players will be able to wager bets on the ‘big 4’ American sports, including American Football, Baseball, Basketball and Ice Hockey, with new games designed specifically for the Americas that offer a novel, localised user experience.

Once players have entered the jackpot competitions, Incentive Games’ proprietary algorithms will take the user’s predictions and line-up selections and produce personalised pre-populated betting slips that link directly to the same bet slips prepopulated on the client’s sportsbook.

Incentive Games will be exhibiting at this year’s Betting on Sports America conference in New Jersey. Find out more here.

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