Kiron goes global with AGTech deal

Virtual games provider Kiron has agreed to integrate its virtual games offering into the AGTech platform after the duo secured a new ‘global collaboration agreement’.

Under the partnership, the two have agreed to distribute the parties’ respective products internationally. Kiron’s content will be made available to AGTech’s client base across Asia, Latin America and Africa, with plans to implement the products across a variety of delivery channels in each territory.

Steven Spartinos, co-CEO of Kiron, said: “Our partnership with AGTech will provide a springboard for growth globally and we are looking forward to partnering with them and rolling out our virtual portfolio to their clients in key international markets.

“Our offering provides a broad range of virtual sports and number games that have proven appeal in a multitude of markets. This partnership demonstrates the growing appetite for our portfolio on a global basis.”

Kiron’s offering will include football, racing, as well as a range of localised sports and numbers games. The games will be integrated into AGTech’s new platform and offered alongside the equivalent real sports markets.

Charlie Zhang, VP of AGTech, added: “Kiron’s virtual offering delivers on all counts, from the graphics and visuals to the broad range of rapid-play betting experiences available 24/7.

“Our goal is to deliver the best content available in the market as a B2B service provider to our partners and launching Kiron’s portfolio will add an extra dimension to our latest product portfolio.”

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