We’re going to use our Space Jockey Race simulation to show how a typical game can work for a Gaming Operator.
Entries: A player enters by choosing six Space Jockeys (represented by 6 numbers) from a range of 20 Space Jockeys (represented by 20 numbers). They choose their six numbers in ranking order.
Creation of Ranking List: After the close of entries, the range of 20 Space Jockeys are randomly drawn from 1st to 20th – (this forms the “Ranking List”). The first 6 drawn numbers are the SuperVivo Six. This draw is independently supervised and recorded to ensure the same level of fraud prevention found in lotteries.
During the race:
A live bar graph gives an in-race update on the topranked Space Jockeys in order.
A live commentary adds additional realism to ensure gamers are clued-up and informed as to the race progress. This also ensures accessibility.
At the end of the race:
The Space Jockeys line up in their finishing (drawn) order to provide a result, not just of the virtual race but of the SuperVivo draw.
ALL race entries are ranked:
From 1st to 10 million (or above), SuperVivo’s system ensures every entrant, all over the world has a ranking.
This also ensures our unique prize opportunities:
The world’s LOCAL game:
SuperVivo’s system allows you to offer outright worldwide games, or to structure by country or even city.