InBet Games has hailed the “realistic yet attractive mathematical models” on Velodrome Race, a new virtual product available in retail shops and through an API on its online casino platform.
The omni-channel gaming software provider has switched its existing 3D racing focus from horses and the dogs, to racing played out on a different kind of high-speed track.
Cycling has been thrust back into the public eye in recent weeks by the popularity of the Commonwealth Games, featuring top athletes from some of InBet’s target countries.
The cross-platform virtual simulation shows an eight-way race, in which 3D graphics, sound effects, multiple camera angles and animation features combine to build excitement and drive in-race bets.
Bettors can take advantage of popular markets such as the race winner and the final placement of the top two and top three, as well as several combination bets.
Each individual Velodrome Race consists of a betting period (100 seconds) and a playing period (80 seconds), while the sum of all bets can not exceed 5000 per round.
Pavel Korolev, Business Development Director at InBet Games, said: “Velodrome Race is another brilliant addition to our versatile gaming solutions portfolio.
“This portfolio, which now has more than 120 games available through API or our Lima and InBetVProduct platforms, includes popular slot games Aladdin’s Lamp and Pirate’s Cave, a few variations of Keno lotteries, virtual games such as 3D Trone Race, 3 Dogs Race and Penalty Kick, as well as the innovative betting solution DAREBS that allows gamers to bet on real time events.
“Velodrome Race comes with a variety of betting options, which is important as it provides more chances for a player to win and enhances their engagement in the gaming process, thus encouraging them to spend more and increase the operator’s gaming revenues.”