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New retail landscape puts DAREBS into the Betting on Sports spotlight

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The Dynamically Animated Real Event Betting System (DAREBS) from Inbet Games was thrust into the spotlight at Betting on Sports for its potential to provide bookmakers with the “same profit-making capacity” after the £2 FOBT ruling comes into force. DAREBS is well-placed to replicate the entertainment and revenues provided by the FOBT, while sparing bookmakers with a licensing headache over …

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DAREBS: The solution to recovering FOBT losses?

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The onus has been put on betting shop operators to replace the inevitable dip in revenues caused by the slashing of maximum stakes to £2 on fixed odds betting terminals and the now, effectively defunct, B2 profile. Pavel Korolev, Business Development Director at InBet Games, believes his firm has a product that could help stem the flow. “Fifteen years of …

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InBet Games pedals towards virtual success in the Velodrome

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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 …

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InBet brings the ‘X’ factor to Keno virtual lottery solution

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Omni-channel gaming software provider InBet Games has introduced a new version of Keno, a virtual lottery solution designed for use online, on-screen in betting shops and on terminals through the company’s Lima platform. Set in an ancient Chinese environment, Keno X allows players to select up to ten numbers in one bet, while there is an option to place up …

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DAREBS: InBet stands out with unique betting terminal solution

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Software solutions provider InBet Games has released DAREBS, a betting terminal which allows players to make bets on real-life events. Gaming machines, while enjoying great popularity among players, have always faced severe regulations in many jurisdictions. For example, UK law restricts the number of terminals operating with a single establishment to four, as well as placing a limit on monthly …

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