BetConstruct Steps Up Virtual Sports Arena Offering With Xsens Deal

BetConstruct has stepped up its entry into the fast-growing virtual sports arena after signing a deal with the leading motion capture specialists, Xsens.

BetConstruct will incorporate movement-capture technology from Xsens, which will lead to the development of ‘ultra realistic’ virtual sports by ‘capturing every single move a human makes’.

Armenuhi Khachatryan, BetConstruct Product Owner of Virtual Sports, commented on the deal: “We all know that creating high quality virtual sports takes a lot of time and energy from any software vendor, as the development process is expensive and many times even complicated.

“However, the end justifies the means and we want the players and operators both to have the best experience with the technology and enjoy realistic gameplay with the wide range of real betting markets, to create any type of Virtual Sports that will attract more and more players as fast as possible.”

BetConstruct believes that by integrating Xsens’ MVN Animate Motion Capture System, it can deliver “the highest level of realism in in human activity engaged sport types’ ” and offer its customers a custom virtual sport development.

The partnership follows on from the release of BetWallet, an application developed for collecting and managing bet tickets and vouchers from BetConstruct.

And for its users, the website will be capable of scanning tickets’ QR codes, check the bets’ state, as well as have notifications regarding status changes.

BetConstruct is about enhancing the player experience, at the same time improving functionality for betting shop owners.

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