Inspired Gaming meets all AAMS requirements
Server Based Gaming specialist Inspired Gaming has announced that it has met all Italian market VLT requirements set by regulator L’Amministrazione autonoma dei monopoli di Stato (AAMS). The firm claims that it is only the third company to achieve this standard, which enables it to deploy its Open VLT platform in the new Italian market
Inspired’s Open VLT platform operates an Open API that makes it easy for third parties to develop games for the platform, giving operators a wider range of games from Inspired and a number of top third party content providers. The company will launch the platform from Psiclone, Max Gaming and Inspired, and more games are planned to follow from leading providers such as Merkur Gaming and Magic Dreams.
The platform offers an important feature in the form of its advanced wide-area progressive jackpot systems and display solutions, and supports a multi-level system, game and venue-wide progressive jackpot, all fully configurable for combinations of Inspired or third party games.
“This is a key growth milestone for Inspired, said Luke Alvarez, CEO of Inspired. "The Italian VLT market is the most exciting opportunity the gaming industry has seen in years and we’re proud to be one of the first three suppliers to complete the testing process.
"Our Italy team has been working hard to make sure that Inspired, and our customers, are ahead of the game in what will become a competitive playing field. The years of investment in the technology behind our Open VLT platform has ensured that it was flexible enough to respond swiftly to the demands and challenges of the testing process.
"We’ve forged an excellent relationship with our VLT partner Sisal and look forward to going live with our Open VLT terminals in its many venues.”