Vermantia to showcase its extensive product offering at ICE 2016

29.01.2016

Vermantia, leading provider of premium content for lotteries, gaming & betting operators worldwide, is set to exhibit at ICE 2016 Totally Gaming Show its extensive product offering, designed to create an immersive experience for players. Tailor-made content, robust gaming platforms and evolutionary retail technologies are the core elements of this year’s showcasing.

The company’s portfolio on display will comprise primarily of its “VIRTUAL SPORTS SUITE”, including 12+ ground-breaking games covering football, head-to-head sports and racing. The gaming industry will have the chance to see how localized virtual sports content is created and delivered to meet operators’ needs in their own markets.

Vermantia will also be launching at ICE its “INSTANT WIN GAMES SUITE” of 85+ titles, designed to spring an innovative twist to the existing traditional lottery games philosophy.

The content offering presented during the show is orchestrated by “VERMANTIA CONNECT™”, the company’s gaming platform, which simplifies the integration of content to operators, through its modular architecture. Vermantia will be presenting the platform’s scalability and how it can serve as a content maestro across channels and offerings.

Aiming to create an immersive gaming experience in retail, Vermantia will be introducing “VERMANTIA TOUCH™”, its brand-new, innovative gaming product addressing the global retail market, which promises to immerse players to a unique gaming experience, simply by using their own mobile device inside the betting shop.

Filippos Antonopoulos, Vermantia’s CEO, stated:

“ICE is always a lot of fun and a great opportunity to get feedback from current and new customers. We are excited to unveil our new products at ICE 2016, in line with our vision to contribute to the retail and online market’s transformation. We believe that our solutions will be beneficiary to our clients offering and meet their need to constantly evolve and improve their customers’ experience”.