InBet Games - 3D Dogs

Going to the dogs: InBet Games expands virtual sports portfolio

InBet Games has continued its assault on the virtual sports market by launching ‘3D Dogs Race’, a greyhound racing game available on all major delivery channels including mobile applications.

Just a few months after launching ‘3D Tron Race’, a high speed race resembling the Light Cycles Match from the 2010 movie Tron, the software solutions provider has boosted its virtual sports portfolio with another “adrenaline boosting game”.

The virtual simulation features a six-way race, in which 3D graphics, sound effects, multiple camera angles and animation features combine to drive in-race bets and build excitement for the bettors.

Pavel Korolev, Business Development Director for InBet Games, said: “Following the summer release of 3D Tron Race, InBet Games is keeping its customers in the fast lane with the launch of 3D Dogs Race. As the dogs reach the finish line, this adrenaline boosting game will certainly test a bettor’s nerve.

“It is another fantastic tool to stimulate customer engagement, through both attracting new players and entertaining existing customers while they wait for the outcome of their other bets. There is a variety of betting options for each race, including combination bets and those on the winner.”

After developing two racing based simulation games, InBet Games has also teased the release of new football focused games ahead of the World Cup in Russia, having enjoyed success earlier this year by timing the launch of Penalty Kick with the start of the Confederations Cup.

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