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BetGames.TV re-invents Wheel of Fortune

24 March 2021

(PRESS RELEASE) -- BetGames.TV, the leading live betting games supplier, has unveiled a fresh, new and improved version of its hugely popular Wheel of Fortune product.

The evolution of its classic game follows the successful game optimization of several other products in its portfolio. The strategic re-alignment to an RNG-based automatic wheel means enhanced speed, more time spend, play time and revenue.

An improved user experience comes after the introduction of a full-screen mode with a two-camera perspective and the provision of more statistics for end-users. More action will be served by an enhanced betting time (shorter at later stages) within a non-stop stream and statistics also being available for the presenter, resulting in greater interaction between presenter and player.

The new wheel design includes a mechanical engine, that spins the wheel following a press of a touchscreen button by the presenter.

The launch also follows an entire revamp of the game’s studio – with a new decor to add a more refined consumer experience, which will partner fresh new music and sound effects.

Further updates on a range of BetGames.TV titles are in the pipeline, including its lottery games, War of Bets, Bet on Baccarat and Bet on Poker.

Commenting on the deal, Aiste Garneviciene, COO at BetGames.TV said: “Re-inventing the wheel is not always a bad idea as this upgraded game experience exemplifies.

“From the top down, the experience has had a makeover and we’re sure that our modern spin is going to breathe new life into this classic game format. It’s part of our commitment to consistently monitoring and improving our existing game catalogue as well our brand-new releases.”

BetGames.TV holds licenses issued by multiple jurisdictions including the UKGC, MGA, Italy, Colombia and various South African gambling authorities, as well as Sweden being expected shortly.

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