LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- New casino game 5050Sports, which incorporates officially licensed archive video clips, has launched with variants fronted by and featuring Michael Owen, Michael Vaughan, Ricky "The Hitman" Hatton and Simon "The Wizard" Whitlock.
BetVictor is the first operator to partner with 5050Sports and the title has proven an instant success, going straight into the bookmaker's top 20 games.
The concept requires no player education. Based on the simplest and oldest wagering premise of all -- "red or black" and "heads or tails" -- 5050Sports gives players a straight "yes or no" choice as to whether an incident will occur, for example "Does the player score the penalty?" "Does he hit a 180?" or "Will it be a boundary?"
Once the selection has been made -- the odds on BetVictor are always 5/6 -- an accredited RNG shows a short video clip relating to the question and the bet outcome is determined within five seconds. 5050Sports uniquely incorporates classic highlights from international football, world championship boxing, world cricket, tennis, PDC darts, Premier League snooker, greyhounds and motorsport.
5050Sports benefits from offering a high turnover of on-demand betting opportunities as players aim to build winning streaks and set their own and break other peoples' personal bests. It is available in both standalone and mini game format, where 5050Sports will sit alongside in-play and pre-event pages to offer quick bet options for punters.
Fixed stakes start at £1 and go up to £100, while high rollers can play in the VIP edition at up to £1,000 a time. It is also possible to place lower-denomination wagers through the "Bet Change" feature that offers custom bets related to the individual player's account.
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