Tuesday September 25,2012  : NEW GAMES DIVISION FROM PASSOKER FOUNDER
 
Launches two new incident-based games
 
Stuart Carr, the founder of Passoker has launched a fixed odds and online slot gaming division named Reel Sports.
 
Reel Sports kicks off with its first two games, a licensed FA Cup archive game titled "Reel Football" and a roulette game called "Racing Riches".
 
The games will go live with existing Passoker operators such as William Hill, BetVictor and JenningsBet.
 
Reel Football is a video slot game that uses classic archive content from the FA Cup, as licensed by the Football Association, within all areas of the game.
 
Players must predict the outcome of an incident in the bonus feature before seeing the action unfold.
 
Reel Football features commentary and audio from Sky Sports’ Martin Tyler and ex-England, Nottingham Forest, Arsenal and Manchester United footballer Viv Anderson.
 
Racing Riches is an incident-based roulette-style game, which plays alongside live and classic sports events. Wagering opportunities are split into short segments lasting between two and five minutes, which pay out fixed odds and every game contains potential jackpots which reward in multiples of more than 10,000 times stakes.
 
Fruit icons are allocated to six lanes before they advance closer towards the Racing Riches finishing line on the reoccurrence of randomly assigned incidents, such as a free kick or goal in football.
 
Participants place chips on the board to predict the finishing position of the fruits. Play ends when the first piece of fruit crosses the finishing line, but rewards are paid out on all squares with fruit remaining, according to chip values, entitling players to profit from multiple winning positions at any one time.
 
Stuart Carr, managing director of Reel Sports and Passoker said: “Our success with Passoker shows that our formula of incident-based games is one that is popular and works very well. We are supplementing Passoker through the evolution of the initial concept and a series of games that appeal to a different audience and player type.”