Gala Coral to launch Inspired’s ‘Rush Football Live’

22 April 2016

Inspired Gaming Group has announced Gala Coral is to roll out its ‘Rush Football Live’ virtual sports gaming product across online and mobile.

The first of Inspired’s premium virtual sports on-demand games to be released to operators, Rush Football Live enables players to place wagers on a non-stop selection of matches.

Inspired plans to make other products across its virtual sports and number game portfolio available on-demand later this year.

“Rush Football Live will appeal to our growing mobile player base across sports and gaming players,” Gala Coral gaming director Mark Kemp said.

“The opportunity to place pre-match, in-play and accumulator bets and play virtual sports on demand makes it the perfect extension to our gaming product for mobile in time for the Euros.”

Steve Rogers, chief commercial officer of digital Games at Inspired added: “I am confident that players will enjoy the convenience of being able to place bets any time, anywhere.

“At Inspired we’re committed to producing entertainment with an edge, and this premium product delivers on every level.”

Meanwhile, Gala Coral has joined forces with enterprise cloud E-recruitment software provider Eploy to launch a new careers website.

The Eploy-powered site is accessible via desktop, mobile or tablet devices and features various tools such as reference collection, new join forms and digital contract signing.

Self-service recruitment analytics is also delivered through Eploy Dashboards, measuring more than 200 metrics across group companies, divisions and users.

Judith du Plessis, HR operations project manager at Coral, said: “The group-wide career site and recruitment system has had a great response from candidates and our colleagues in the business.

“The registration and application process is very quick and even in the few weeks that we have had the site up and running we have seen an increase in candidate numbers.”

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