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1X2gaming Launches Virtual Sports via HTML5

1X2gaming Launches Virtual Sports via HTML5

The online virtual sports provider 1X2gaming announced today that they have successfully launched their very first virtual sports games using HTML5. The games are identical to those not using HTML5, with the same in-depth processes and back-end and has been designed to be low on graphical resources.


The games loads smoothly and fast, even on mobile devices, and the games has been designed to be able to be the connector between casino and sports betting players, to make them try out one or the other. This increases the life circle of the players and thus brings more revenue to the operators.


Chief Marketing Officer, Kevin Reid, said “At 1X2 there is a shared belief that football betting should never stop, players should always have a football product available to wager on. It’s a pleasure providing the widest range of Virtual Sports and tournaments available on Flash and now on HTML5.”


“Integrating a proven product and making it available to mobile users, is another pioneering step for us in the Virtual Sports niche. As a gaming vertical there are not many options on this medium, and as we did with the original Virtual Football back in 2002, we are excited to be at the forefront of mobile development” Reid added.


“Players are constantly looking for fun and exciting games while waiting for the next sporting event, and with our tournament specific games, they can get their football fix from wherever they are 24 hours a day, while operators can also make the most of dual screen activity.” Reid finalized.

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