SBC News Kiron joins Rombet Romania industry association
Steve Spartinos, Kiron Interactive

Kiron joins Rombet Romania industry association

Industry virtuals sports systems and content provider Kiron Interactive (Kiron) has joined the Rombet Association as an official member, Kiron governance stated that it will continue to support a regulated Romanian gambling industry.

Rombet, Romania’s gambling trade association, works directly with the government to help develop the latest regulatory legal framework for both land-based and online operators and providers.

Steven Spartinos, CEO of Kiron Interactive, said: “It has been an incredibly busy 12 months, and our membership of Rombet will help Kiron continue to grow and flourish as a provider.

“We’re always looking to widen our appeal in new territories and markets, as shown with our two winter-themed games, and we look forward to continuing our growth throughout this year.”

Kiron’s Rombet partnership comes just days after Kiron scooped the Best Online Content Provider award at The Casino Life & Business Magazine International Awards, also in Romania.

The award recognises the company’s 17-game portfolio, which is the biggest and most varied in the industry, as well as its Betman Online RGS, which provides a rapid play betting experience.

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