Magellan Robotech, the B2B brand part of Stanleybet Group that creates game solutions for game operators and virtual 3D games, will unveil the new release of LIVE virtual football “Falcon” at ICE.
It is a real interactive innovation that Magellan Robotech, with its new “Falcon”, brings to the ICE and throughout the sector.
The experience of live betting on “Falcon” includes games of 30 minutes, with 5 minutes of half-time and pre-game; the chance to score from 14 to 20 goals per game, depending on the strength of the teams; betting suspension of 10-40 seconds (depending on the frequency of the goals scored).
Artificial intelligence is fully extensible; 360° range of movements (the system can consume new animations on the fly to continue expanding movements’ diversity). AI governs each player to create dynamic and exciting game interactions.
In addition to the highly anticipated Virtual Falcon at ICE, it will be possible to see all Company’s virtual products range and the exciting new version of football “Trident”, the EURO.
Euro Trident takes the Trident formula to the next level by giving the customer four times the number of events open to cross bet with games starting every minute. It contains the major European leagues and 40 events in a 4-minute window – allowing large combination bets in a small-time frame.
«We are very proud to unveil the last release of Virtual Falcon – says Giovanni Garrisi, CEO of Magellan Robotech and Stanleybet Group – our first virtual football to play in “live mode” and the new virtual Trident EURO. Both these new products confirm the path of innovation that has always distinguished this Company since its foundation. Magellan Robotech is a research lab in which we constantly strive for innovation as the only way to be competitive. All our virtual products are tested and trialled in our international land-based network before launching them in the B2B market. Being operators first allows us to adjust, collect final players’ feedback and refine products to perfection. We understand operators’ needs as we are clients before being providers.”