Living Sports Launch Interactive Darts Game

LIVING SPORTS LAUNCH INTERACTIVE DARTS GAME

13th May, 2013 at 12:28:53
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Second screen roulette dart game joins football and cricket

Second screen game developer Living Sports, in partnership with the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) and data provider SportStat, has launched Roulette Darts.

The game is an interactive darts game allowing users to predict which will be the next winning double as they watch a match on TV or live.

Predictions will be able to be placed using a PC, tablet or smartphone. The game will be available as a play-for-fun game or may be played for real-money in collaboration with selected bookmakers.

Roulette Darts joins Living Sports' portfolio of Roulette Cricket and Roulette Football and is licenced by the PDC.

Dave Tharp, managing director of Living Sports said: More and more people are choosing to use a second screen to enhance their enjoyment of watching live sport, either at an event or on TV. Our games aim to provide an extra dimension to their participation. When Roulette Cricket proved so popular we looked to develop similar products for other sports. Darts is an ideal platform, with its circular scoreboard and quick-fire results. We were delighted to enter into a partnership with SportStat and the PDC and together we can offer a really strong proposition.

Matthew Porter, PDC Chief Executive, added: Roulette Darts is a fantastic concept which I'm sure darts and sports fans in general will really enjoy. As it can be played both for fun and real money it will appeal to all and add a new dimension to the enjoyment of the game when watching at home or live in the venue.

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