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Real Sports Global uses Microgaming’s Quickfire to launch new game

global sport Real Sports Global has announced that its 5050Sports casino game will be available to more than 100 additional operators following integration to the Microgaming-powered Quickfire platform.

5050Sports allows players to wager on the outcome of exclusively-licensed archive sports footage.

The 5050Sports game is available in a number of sporting variants with each one fronted by an international sports star.

Former England international Michael Owen will host the football version of the game. Cricket, boxing, golf, motorsports and darts variants are also available on Quickfire.

5050Sports will be available in both full-game and mini-game formats, while multi-lingual and multi-currency options are also accessible to operators.

“Quickfire’s rapid integration, prolific games roll out and global distribution will significantly increase coverage of 5050Sports in what is a key time for the betting and gaming industry ahead of this summer’s carnival of football in Brazil,” Real Sports Global’s chief executive officer, Stuart Carr, said.

Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, head of Quickfire, added: “With the world’s biggest football event just months away, 5050Sports is a perfectly timed addition to the Quickfire platform.

"It will be a compelling offering for operators to have in their portfolio and a key differentiator when it comes to attracting new players before, during, and after the tournament.”

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